Students may be eligible for testing accommodations on the PSAT and SAT. Unlike New York City and State tests, administration and policies regarding PSAT, SAT, and Advanced Placement (AP) exams are overseen by the College Board, the national nonprofit organization that governs administration of these exams. Subsequently, if your child receives accommodations in school as listed on an Individualized Education Program (IEP) or 504 Accommodation Plan, this does not mean your child will automatically receive accommodations on College Board tests. All students who are seeking accommodations on the PSAT or SAT must submit an application to the College Board. In order to simplify this process for students and families, your school may submit the application on behalf of your child once they have received your consent. If you would like the school to request an accommodation on your child’s behalf, please complete the form at the links below to provide your consent. Return the form to your child’s guidance counselor.
To learn more about the College Board accommodations process, please see this website
College Board consent forms can be found here
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