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Good to Know: Set up a College Board Account

PSAT, SAT, AP, and CLEP. If any of those exams are in your teen’s future, you should set up your College Board account. You can do it right now!

Who is it for? Any teen age 13 or older who will take a PSAT, SAT, AP, or CLEP exam.

Parents: When you create a College Board account, you will do so using your teen’s official information. Be sure to create a separate account for EACH of your teens. All of their official college transcripts and score reports will have to MATCH their account information so write all of this down in a safe place!

What do you use the account for? Everything related to SAT, CLEP, and AP.

  • SAT: register for your test, print your ticket, access your scores, send score reports to colleges.
  • AP: access the AP classroom, access practice tests, see your score, send score reports.
  • CLEP: register for your test, print your ticket, send scores /transcripts to colleges.

Exam Tickets When registered for an SAT or CLEP, you’ll need to print your exam admission ticket and show it before your test. You’ll only be able to do this through your College Board account portal.

Extras College Board portal lets you manage your personal college list, save your scholarship searches, compare costs at colleges that interest you, and more. You can access AP practice questions through this portal as well.

Help for Your College Board Account

  • Call  866-315-6068.
  • Email us at any of the addresses below:

SATContact SAT Support
PSAT-related assessmentspsathelp@info.collegeboard.org
APapstudents@info.collegeboard.org
Pre-AP: preap@collegeboard.org
CLEPContact CLEP Services 
General questionsContact us.

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