Educators receive all score reporting for the SAT Suite of Assessments—including the PSAT/NMSQT and the PSAT 10—in an online portal at no charge.
When and Where to Get Scores
You’ll be notified when your students’ scores are available.
- Learn about Score Week for Counselors.
- Download Understanding PSAT/NMSQT Scores (.pdf/1.2MB) for percentile tables, means, and scoring details.
- The portal will grow to include score data from the redesigned SAT, PSAT 8/9, and SAT Subject Tests, as well as the PSAT/NMSQT and PSAT 10.
- Each school can have an unlimited number of users.
- Users access the portal by signing in to their College Board educator accounts.
- CD delivery of scores will be discontinued.
- Schools will receive a single copy of the paper score report for distribution to students.
Learn more about the interactive features and analysis reports built into the integrated score reporting portal.
Before anyone at your institution can access the reporting portal, you’ll need an access code for the Manage Access application.
The College Board began providing these codes in August 2015. If your school is an SAT electronic scores recipient, your access code was sent to your contact for SAT scores. Access codes were also sent to test coordinators at schools that ordered PSAT/NMSQT or PSAT 10 materials.
Assign an Access Manager
Every school, district, and state will need an access manager to manage its users. Since the reporting portal is for the entire SAT Suite, the access manager must make sure that the right staff have access to reports and data for the full SAT Suite. Access roles assigned for PSAT/NMSQT and PSAT 10 purposes will be the same as those for the PSAT 8/9 and the SAT.
Using the access code, the access manager can sign in to the Managing Access tool and create user accounts for other staff. The access manager can assign users different roles.
You may have multiple access managers, but we suggest you limit the role to only a few people.
Technical Changes Needed
The data layouts have changed significantly for the 2015-16 school year, and will continue to include fixed-width and comma-delimited format options.
Start planning for technical implementation now so that you’re ready to process scores in time.
Data Layout Downloads
Information on new fields, codes, groupings, and delivery mechanisms.
Compares the old and new file layouts and provides information about the placement and size of each field within the file.
Compares the old and new file layouts and provides information about the placement and size of each field within the file. File posted 7/2/2015; replaces previously posted version.
Used to test system updates. Also available in the Download Center for testing.
Used to test system updates. File posted 7/2/2015; replaces previously posted version. Also available in the Download Center for testing.
Compares code values in the 2014-15 data layout to the codes reported in the 2015-16 data layout. Includes Majors Codes, SAT Subject Test Codes, Religious Affiliation, High School Activities, and High School Sports. Applies to the SAT, PSAT/NMSQT, and PSAT 10.