Fiscal Year 2018 → Question 1
School counselors, College and Career Information Coordinators, and AP coordinators share SAT registration and fee waiver information, inform students about college testing options, and plan annual school-based information events and nights. Flyers and other information from the College Board is shared on school websites, bulletin boards, newsletters, and other routine school-based communications.
Review materials, website links, classroom guidance lessons, and school-based resources are provided to students each year in conjunction with the October PSAT offered to all students in Grade 10. Collegeboard.org provides sample questions for all sections of the PSAT and SAT. Students can also access Khan Academy resources, an online resource through Naviance, that provides multiple tutorials and sample problems for students. There also are a number of other College Board resources available to students for free that can be accessed through their College Board account or delivered to their home. Once a student takes an assessment, students are notified via e-mail and their scores are readily available to view.
In addition, SAT materials and support are provided through the high school College Test Prep (CTP) course. CTP instructors use a variety of curriculum materials, online resources, and teacher developed materials to provide targeted individualized student support.
For socio-economically disadvantaged students, College Board provides free resources for college planning that are communicated via e-mail, U.S. Postal Service, or College Board accounts. For example, they provide the following: