College Board sends PSAT 10 scores to:
- Districts (in many cases)
- States (in many cases)
Colleges Don’t Receive Scores
College Board doesn’t send PSAT 10 scores to colleges.
These scores are not intended to be part of college admission decisions. They should not be included on student transcripts that will be reproduced and sent to colleges unless the student (if 18 or older) or parent/guardian has granted permission.
Student Search Service Doesn’t Share Scores
Student Search Service® is a free program that helps students connect to colleges and nonprofit scholarship agencies. It does not share scores.
If you take the PSAT 10 and opt in to Student Search Service, you’ll hear from colleges and organizations looking for students like you. These include our scholarship partners.
By opting in, you authorize College Board to provide colleges and scholarship organizations with limited personal information. Institutions may connect with students based on a range of scores, but College Board never shares your actual test scores, grades, disability status, parent information, or telephone numbers.
College Board does not provide student information to and is not affiliated with test preparation companies.