The test might be over, but test coordinators still have a few to-dos.
Return Answer Sheets ASAP
It’s critical to return answer sheets and unused materials to the College Board no later than the next school day after test day. Failing to do so could:
- Delay scoring
- Prevent PSAT/NMSQT takers from entering the National Merit™ Scholarship Program
Keep the test books students used, and store them until scores are released. Give them to students along with score reports so they can look up questions.
2017-18 Supervisor Manuals
Manuals for the 2017 PSAT/NMSQT and 2018 PSAT 10 will be mailed to test coordinators before testing, and will also be available online starting in the fall.
Paying For the Test
Schools order tests and send payments to the College Board; students do not.
Schools pay these fees:
- PSAT/NMSQT or PSAT 10 test books: $16
- Unused test books: $4 for each unused test book exceeding 20 percent of the total ordered
- International shipping surcharge: $6 per test
- Extra set of score reports (optional): $100
- Score labels (optional): $100
Note: All schools receive one paper score report per student and can print additional score reports as well as score labels at no cost.
How much schools pay depends on factors including these quantities:
- Tests ordered
- Tests used
- Fee waivers applied
We’re changing the remittance process and schedule so that in the future fee waiver–eligible PSAT/NMSQT takers can access their SAT fee waiver benefits directly. Here’s the 2017-18 remittance schedule and details about the new process.
As in past years, schools that don’t use fee waivers and don’t need to make grade-level adjustments begin the remittance process after testing is complete. They’ll sign in to the test ordering site and answer a few questions.
Their answers will be used to calculate their school’s bill. The site will include full details about sending payment.
Schools that request fee waivers—even if the fee waivers aren’t used—and schools that need to make grade-level adjustments can begin the remittance process December 4.
Schools that use fee waivers sign in to the test ordering site and select fee waiver–eligible students from a roster. The number of fee waivers used must match the number of names selected. If schools skip this step, they (or the institution paying) will be billed for all students.
The deadline for identifying fee waiver–eligible students and making grade-level adjustments is January 12. Final invoices are sent in late January.