Visit the test ordering site to review invoice information.

After administering the test, there are a couple of tasks to complete:

Assessment Reporting for K–12 Educators

Educators can access 2023 scores online in the K–12 score reporting portal starting November 2, 2023. The score reporting portal offers educator score reports with aggregate and detailed data.

Students can get their scores on November 6 or November 16 depending on the date they tested and submitted their answers.

Educators should notify students when scores are available. Please note that students who participate in BigFuture® School will not be alerted by College Board once scores are available. You can notify students in one of the following ways:

  • Download score PDFs in the online K–12 Reporting Portal and share with students.
  • Remind students who participate in BigFuture School (U.S. students only) that they can access their scores on the mobile app.
  • Remind students that scores can be accessed through their College Board account, if they have one.

Introducing BigFuture School

BigFuture® School is a new mobile app designed to spark students' interest in planning for the future. Available to students who take certain College Board assessments during the school day, it provides college and career guidance the moment they get their scores. Learn how to support your students here.

PSAT/NMSQT and PSAT 8/9 Invoicing

For fall 2023, College Board is simplifying the upcoming invoicing process for schools and districts. Invoices for the digital PSAT/NMSQT and PSAT 8/9 will be based on tests submitted instead of students registered to test. As a result of this change, test coordinators will not need to take any actions to manage their registration rosters once testing is complete.

Invoice Dates and Deadlines

Plan for your payment:

  Test Dates:
Oct 2–31, 2023
Test Dates:
Mar 4–Apr 26, 2024
Invoices are emailed to schools Early Dec, 2023 Early May, 2024

Updates to Invoice Payment Details Beginning Fall 2023

College Board payment details for PSAT-related assessment invoices will change beginning with the fall 2023 administration. The remit to information for SAT School Day invoices is unchanged and is the same as the remit to information below.

For check payments only (not including purchase orders):

College Board
P.O. Box 30171
New York, NY 10087-0171

For PSAT-related assessment invoices prior to fall 2023 administrations, check payments should continue to be sent to:

12192 Collection Center Drive
Chicago, IL 60693

All check payments should be payable in U.S. dollars and drawn from a U.S. bank.

The following additional payment options for PSAT-related assessment invoices will be available beginning with the fall 2023 administration. The options detailed below will remain available for SAT School Day invoices.

For credit card payments:

Visit our secure online payment portal.

For wire/ACH payments:

Send an email to [email protected] to receive updated banking details.

Purchase Orders

If you require a purchase order number to display on your invoice, it will need to be entered into the assessment order in the SAT Suite Ordering and Registration system prior to the initial December invoice generation by the district/school staff authorized to place orders. Check with your organization's SAT Suite Ordering/Registration access manager if you're unsure of the authorized person to place orders.

Contact Us

If you have any billing-related questions, please contact us:

  • For PSAT-related assessments beginning with the fall 2023 administration: [email protected]
  • For PSAT-related assessments prior to the fall 2023 administration: 888-477-7728
  • For SAT School Day: [email protected]

Fee Waivers

Schools will no longer be responsible for identifying fee waiver-eligible students as part of the PSAT/NMSQT postadministration process. College Board is supporting schools and districts serving low-income students by providing a price discount for in-school assessments based on the federally estimated child poverty rate percentage. The order details page in SSOR provides an estimate of your invoice amount, which includes the adjustments to provide support for low-income students.

All students who meet College Board’s SAT fee waiver-eligibility criteria can receive SAT fee waiver benefits by either obtaining a code from their counselor or by completing a fee waiver request form on our website. Learn more about the fee waiver-eligibility criteria and supporting eligible students through the fee waiver process.

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