SAT with Essay
The New Hampshire Department of Education received approval to replace the 11th grade Smarter Balanced statewide assessment with College Board’s SAT in the spring of 2016. This plan is an important step in the Department’s commitment to reduce the amount of time spent on statewide standardized testing for public high school students and ensure that all students are prepared to succeed in college and careers.
The SAT with Essay covers English language arts (reading and writing) and mathematics and will be at no cost for every 11th grade student required to take the assessment.
College Board SAT Event on June 12, 2023 - Presentation Handouts
- What You Need to Know about the Digital SAT Suite of Assessments
- Introducing Big Future School
- Using the SAT Suite of Assessments to Inform Instruction
- Understanding the SAT Suite of Assessments Results
Changes Coming to the SAT Suite of Assessments in the 2023-2024 School Year
- What the Digital SAT Suite Announcement Means for New Hampshire Students
- What Schools Should Know About the Digital SAT Suite of Assessments - College Board blog post on National Association of Secondary School Principal
How to View SAT Scores
- To view scores, students must log in or create a College Board account if they don't already have one.
- Educators can view scores in the Assessment Reporting for K12 Educators with a College Board professional account.
- Resource document: Educator access to scores in Assessment Reporting portal