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Student Score Report Information for Oct. 13th PSAT and SAT Administration

  • For students who took the 10th Grade PSAT, scores are typically available online by accessing your CollegeBoard account 4-6 weeks after the date of the test (Nov. 10 - 24th).
  • For students who took the 11th Grade PSAT/NMSQT, when your scores are ready online, you'll get an email with instructions on creating your College Board account, going to your online score report, and using your access code to view your scores.
  • For students who took the SAT, most scores will be available on Nov. 4th by accessing your CollegeBoard account.


SRVUSD is hosting the PSAT/NMSQT and SAT exam during the school day on Wednesday, October 13, 2021. We will provide a modified bell schedule for the week of October 11-15 to accommodate testing.  All 9th-grade students will remain home during testing and begin school after lunch.

Here is some important testing registration information for 11th and/or 12th-grade students only:

All 10th graders will take the PSAT/NMSQT 

  • No registration is required 

  • There is no cost to take the test

  • Attendance is mandatory for all 10th-grade students, regardless of testing

  • Attendance will be taken. 

All 11th graders have the option to take the PSAT/NMSQT or the SAT. 

  • No registration is required for 11th-grade students taking the PSAT/NMSQT

  • There is no cost for 11th-grade students to take the PSAT/NMSQT

  • Registration is required for 11th-grade students who want to take the SAT 

  • The SAT registration window is from August 7 to August 29 

  • SAT Registration $66 (College Board no longer offers SAT with essay)

  • Attendance is mandatory for all 11th-grade students, regardless of testing

  • Attendance will be taken. 

All 12th graders have the option to retake the SAT 

  • Registration is required to retake the SAT

  • The SAT registration window is from August 7 to August 29 

  • SAT Registration  $66 (College Board no longer offers SAT with essay)

  • Attendance is optional for all 12th-grade students.

Students with Accommodations: If your student is interested in testing with accommodations you must work directly with the College Board for approval. The College Board deadline to submit testing accommodation requests is August 24th.  Please see this link for more information on how to submit an accommodation request to the College Board.

For questions related to the SAT or PSAT/NMSQT please visit the College Board website.

Below you will see a list of Frequently Asked Questions regarding the upcoming PSAT 10, PSAT/NMSQT & SAT that will be offered to all sophomores, juniors, & seniors on Wednesday, October 13th.

What is the difference between the PSAT 10, PSAT/NMSQT, & the SAT?

  • The PSAT 10 is only offered to Sophomores and gives students an opportunity to practice and get used to the testing environment. 

  • PSAT/NMSQT is only offered to Juniors (usually offered in the fall) and is a preliminary test designed to serve as a practice that is slightly easier and shorter than the official SAT. During junior year, students can qualify for the National Merit Scholarship Program ( I have attached more details about the NMSQT here

  • The PSAT 10 & the PSAT/NMSQT are the same in terms of subject matter and difficulty. Here is a helpful document for parents. 

  • The SAT is offered to both Juniors & Seniors and monitors students’ college readiness. The exam evaluates reading, writing, language, and math skills. Students can send their SAT scores to colleges that they are applying to. Please keep in mind that the UC’s & CSU’s are test-blind and are not accepting test scores. Many other colleges are test-blind and give students the option to submit their test score or not without penalty. Check out the list of colleges that are test-blind. 

How and when can I register for my student to take the exam? 

  • PSAT 10 & PSAT/NMSQT: NO registration is required to take the exam. 
  • SAT: The registration window is from August 7th-August 29th. NO late registrations will be accepted.

When will I receive further information about the day of the exam?

  • Your site coordinator will send out a mass email to all families who have registered the week before the exam with all necessary information including the test day checklist, test times, any updated mask and social distancing guidelines, testing logistics, building number, & classroom number, etc

What safety protocols is SRVUSD taking during this test? 

  • First and foremost, the safety of all of our SRVUSD families is our top priority. Due to the recent announcement from our district and the CDC, students will be taking the exam at least 3 feet apart and there will be 1 proctor for 20-30 students per classroom. 

  • All of the rooms will be disinfected and sanitized before & after the exam. 

  • All students are required to wear a mask throughout the entirety of being on campus and hand sanitizer was provided in every room upon entering. 

Will this be the only time that my student can take the PSAT 10, PSAT/NMSQT, SAT on campus this academic school year?

  • Yes, this will be an in-person exam. There will be no makeup or online exam. The district is evaluating offering the SAT in the spring of 2022. We will update you with more information in the future. 

Is the district offering the ACT this fall?  

  • Yes, SRVHS will be administering the ACT to seniors ONLY on Saturday, October 23. More information will be sent out, stay tuned. 

How long is the exam? 

  • For a standard PSAT test, normally lasts for 2 hours and 45 minutes with breaks.
  • The SAT normally lasts for 3 hours and 15 minutes with breaks.  We follow strict guidelines from College Board and students will be able to take breaks according to the guidelines given by each proctor. 

Accommodations for the PSAT?

  • Only students who are pre-approved by The College Board Services for Students with Disabilities division will receive accommodations on their School Day exam as per the regulations set forth by the College Board.

  •  *If you have not yet requested accommodations by the College Board, you have until August 24th to submit a request. 

  • Once you are confirmed for accommodations the district will send out more information closer to the date of the exam but you will be taking the exam at another location. 

Can I register after the SAT deadline has passed?     

  • No, unfortunately, you cannot. This is your only opportunity to register for the SAT exam. We are using a third-party registration vendor and they will NOT be allowing any late additions after the late registration deadline on August 29th @ 11:59 pm. Students who have already registered have already paid the exam fee and we will not be accepting any more students to take the exam.