Fee Waivers

College Board offers fee waivers to assist eligible students taking the SAT and PSAT/NMSQT.

Note: There are no fee waivers for the PSAT 10 or PSAT 8/9.

Fee Waivers for the PSAT/NMSQT

Schools can request PSAT/NMSQT fee waivers for eligible juniors. 
You no longer need to order fee waivers before test day. After test day, log in to the test ordering site. Then select eligible students from an online roster.

Fee Waivers for the SAT

SAT fee waivers are available to low-income 11th- and 12th-grade students in the U.S. or U.S. territories. 

SAT fee waivers are sent directly to schools and community-based organizations (CBOs). School counselors identify first-time fee waiver–eligible students at their school and distribute a fee waiver code to them. Authorized agencies and CBOs may also distribute fee waiver codes.
Students who've already tested with a fee waiver will automatically have their full set of fee waiver benefits in their College Board account. 

See the Resources section for more information about fee waivers.


How does a student accept their fee waiver?

A student can accept the fee waiver on their My SAT homepage:

  1. Create a College Board account.
  2. From the profile page, click My SAT.
  3. On the My SAT homepage, accept the fee waiver:
    • If you've been marked as eligible, review the terms of the eligibility prompt, then click Continue.
    • If you have a 12-digit fee waiver code, enter it and then click Submit.

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How can I find out whether my students used their fee waivers?

Educators can access the Roster Report in the K–12 Reporting Portal to see which of their students registered for the SAT, who was absent on test day, who used a fee waiver to register, and more.

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When will I receive fee waivers for the coming year?

Fee waiver materials (including fee waivers codes) should arrive at your school in mid-to-late August.

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K–12 Educators: SAT Fee Waivers

Information about fee waiver eligibility, how to access and distribute fee waivers, and more.