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Student Access to Scores

  1. Students will need a free College Board account to view their scores online.
  2. Go to https://studentscores.collegeboard.org/viewscore to sign-up for a new account or log in to their existing account.
  3. The “forgot username” and “forgot password” links can be used to recover this information if a student has forgotten their login credentials or if they are unsure if they already have an account.

Please note: Although most scores will be released according to the schedule above, some scores will be released later for reasons that may include participation in the accommodated testing window, makeup testing, late receipt of answer sheets, missing information on the answer sheet, or other exceptional conditions that require additional attention.

Matching College Board Student Accounts and Registration for Students without Scores

If a student is signed into his/her College Board account but doesn’t see the score, it means we were not able to link their score report and account automatically. For security reasons, a student must verify additional information before we can display his/her scores. For SAT, the student will need either his/her SAT registration number (available to the school’s test coordinator in the Detail Roster report) or the State Assigned Student ID (SASID) number used to pre-identify the student at the time of test registration.  For PSAT, the student will need their SASID number, available on the student portal.

To match their test score to their student account, the student will:

  1. Go to https://studentscores.collegeboard.org/viewscore
  2. Scroll down and click Matching Tool.
  3. Review the personal information.
  4. If any information is incorrect, click Update to revise. (Students will be prompted to re-enter their password.)
  5. If the information is correct, click Get My Scores.
  6. The student will have to select one of the following options:

a.      I can supply my test information (test date and registration number for SAT or test date and access code for PSAT), or

b.      I can supply my student ID (using the State Assigned Student ID (SASID) used to pre-identify the student at test registration) This 10 digit number can be found on Student Naviance under My Profile.

  1. Click Get My Scores

There may still be cases in which a student is not able to view their scores using the steps above because the information provided is too different or the scores have not yet been finalized. If students are still unable to view their scores after completing the steps above, they should call the College Board’s Reporting Helpline at  PSAT:  866-433-7728;  SAT: 866-756-7346.


Ponderosa is a comprehensive high school that offers a variety of national assessments to serve the needs of our students.  The assessments you find in this section are given to assist with college admission, program placement, and serve as a means of ensuring a top quality education. 


PSAT 8/9, PSAT 10 and SAT Information is located on the College Board website https://www.collegeboard.org/

The SAT Subject Tests are hour-long, content-based tests that let students distinguish themselves in the college admission process by highlighting their strengths and interests in a specific subject areas, including math, science, history, literature, and languages. For more information, visit satsubjecttests.org.


College Board and Khan Academy have joined together to help prepare students for the SAT Suite of Assessments (SAT, PSAT/NMSQT, PSAT 10 and PSAT 8/9).
The website has the information needed to sign up for FREE assistance: https://www.khanacademy.org/sat

Students can also visit sat.org/practice to access a FREE official SAT practice app, full SAT practice tests, and sample SAT questions.

(The Colorado Department of Education strongly recommends that students and parents review and discuss the
Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policies of these organizations prior to creating an online account.)

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Offering more than 30 courses, the College Board’s Advanced Placement program enables students to pursue college-level studies — with the opportunity to earn college credit, advanced placement or both — while still in high school.  Advanced placement  information can be found by visiting the AP website: https://apstudent.collegeboard.org/exploreap                                                            


The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) is a career and vocational test used by the military to determine aptitudes in reading, math, science, as well as mechanical and vocational aptitudes. For more information about the ASVAB, please visit their website: ASVAB explained


 ACT®  dates, times and locations can be found by visiting the ACT®  website: actstudent.org                                                         
The ACT® is the leading US college admissions test, measuring what you learn in high school to determine your academic readiness for college.