If you placed a district-level order, then prior to registration, the SAT Suite Ordering role user(s) at your district indicated which assessments, grades, and volume of students at each school that should be paid for by the district. Final invoices are calculated based on the number of tests submitted. Schools may have additional students registered in their SSOR rosters who you won’t be invoiced for if they never began testing. If you ordered multiple assessments for your schools, you will receive a separate invoice for each assessment administered.
College Board introduced discounts for schools that serve low-income students and those that administer assessments in both fall and spring for the same school year. Learn more about College Board's new discounts, including several pricing scenarios.
If a district places an order, allocates testing quantities to schools, and schools do not place separate orders, the district will receive the total invoice. Test quantities must be allocated by the district in order for districts to cover testing costs. If the district and school place an order for the same assessment and grade, and the school tests more than the district allocates to them, then the school may receive an invoice for all or part of the overage.