SAT Scores Online
All students should have created one account. Suggested log in info was:
Username: absandyourID# (Example: abs2080999)
Trouble shooting for problems accessing accounts and/or scores:
1. Be patient: scores are rolling out over the course of a couple of weeks. Students who tested with accommodations may not see their scores for a couple of weeks
2. If the above login is not working, use the "forgot username" and "forgot password" links on the login page above
How to Get Help with Scores
If you're having trouble accessing your released scores:
- You may need to update your account information. Log in to the student score portal and follow the instructions to verify your account.
- Log in to the student score portal and learn how to use your registration number from the SAT or Subject Tests to verify your account.
- Do you have another College Board account? You, your parent, or guidance counselor could have made it. Log out now and log back in using the other account.
- Do you need old scores? You can call to request old scores. You'll have to pay a fee.
- For more help, call 866-756-7346. For international and TTY phone numbers, go to the Contact Us page.
SAT Information and Resources for Juniors
Monday, April 1 - SAT Pre-coding of the Answer Folder
SAT School Day Testing - Diploma Requirement for all Grade 11 students
Tuesday, April 9, 2019 - How to Prepare!
1. Be on time – report to your assigned testing room at 8:00a.m. Room assignments will be posted throughout the building on Wed, April 3rd
Plan to arrive early and attend the “Brain Bootcamp” (7a.m.) - ask your PE teacher for more details
Breakfast will be served in the cafeteria as usual
2. Wear comfortable clothing (school dress code applies) – also, dress in layers so you can adjust to any temperature
3. Bring your school ID – if it is lost, you must get one from the ID room during lunch before test day
4. Bring an approved calculator – see page 26-27 of the booklet you received; you may bring an extra calculator and batteries as a back up
5. Bring at least 2 No. 2 pencils (no mechanical pencils)
6. Bring a watch - Turn off watch alarm; no smartwatches with communication or recording capabilities
7. Snacks and drinks which must be packed away during testing; can be consumed in section of the room away from test materials during short, 10 minute break between 1st and 2nd test
DO NOT BRING: DO NOT BRING: DO NOT BRING:
a. Cell phones – NOT ALLOWED IN TEST ROOM
set up a plan to secure phones at home or in locker
b. Most other electronic devices like headphones, ipods, tablets, computers, cameras
c. Bag or Backpack – not allowed; purses can be brought but stored under the desk and not accessed during testing
d. Reading material – no books, magazines or papers
e. “Smartwatches” or watches with communication or recording capabilities; this may include fitness bands with those capabilities
f. Highlighters, pens, colored pencils
Please note that if a student is seen using a cell phone or other device during testing or in the hallway, he or she will be immediately dismissed from the testing room and his or her scores will be cancelled. The cell phone or device will be immediately confiscated and will be subject to search.
Testing is scheduled to end between 1:15 and 1:30 for Juniors
A light lunch will be provided to each student at the end of testing
Best wishes to the Class of 2019 for SAT success!
PSAT Score Reports
How to Access Your PSAT/NMSQT Score Report (2:42)
PSAT Scores Online
Students are able to look up their October PSAT test results on their College Board accounts at psat.org/myscore
Username: absandyourID# (example: abs2280999)
Password: astros20 (Juniors)
Free practice questions to give you an idea of what to expect on the ACT test. PSAT/SATwww.collegereadiness.collegeboard.org
Watch videos, get personalized help, test drive a full SAT and answer daily questions.
SAT Test Prep
All Juniors are assigned to a homeroom during which they are given time to complete SAT prep activities through Khan Academy. See instructions above on how students can link their College Board account to Khan Academy.