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State Reports

Important Information About Embargoed Data:
2013 College-Bound Seniors SAT® cohort data are embargoed until the press conference in mid-September 2013. These data are intended for internal use only and may not be shared with the public until that time. As in years past, your honoring of the embargo is greatly appreciated. All media inquiries should be directed to the College Board Communications department at 212-713-8052 or communications@collegeboard.org.

Overview:

State reports offer a detailed picture of this year's college-bound students. Students' participation and performance on the SAT®, SAT Subject Tests™, AP®, and PSAT/NMSQT® exams are provided. The reports included are:
  1. College-Bound Seniors Report, which provides the mean scores for your state, disaggregated by gender and ethnicity, as well as the number of test-takers, course work information, self-reported GPA and many other variables. State-level data are also compared to those of the total group. College-Bound Seniors 2013 data include information on students in the class of 2013 who took the SAT through June 2013.
  2. PSAT/NMSQTCollege-Bound Juniors and College-Bound Sophomores Reports, , which provide participation and performance data on the PSAT/NMSQT. Reports are provided for juniors only and sophomores only, respectively. Information on the number of test-takers, ethnic background, participation in the Student Search Service®, self-reported GPA, year completing high school and entering college, performance by score range, and college major are provided. State-level data are also compared to those of the region and the total group.
  3. State Integrated Summary, which provides information on students' performance and participation on SAT, AP and PSAT/NMSQT exams. State-level data are compared to those of the total group and from previous years, and by ethnic group. Trends in SAT performance are also reported in terms of academic preparation and PSAT/NMSQT participation.

For each state, two versions of each of the reports described above are available: One version is based on the overall population; the other version is based on the state’s public school population.

Intended Audience:
Chief State School Officers
State Higher Education Executive Officers

How to access your reports:
To access your state reports, you will need to create a user account (see “Sign In to View Reportsâ€), as well as have an access code. After you sign in to your account and enter your access code, you will be able to view your reports. Access codes are provided by College Board regional staff. You may contact the College Board Call Center at 212-373-8810 or via e-mail with any questions.

Sample Reports
State Integrated Summary Sample Report
SAT College-Bound Seniors Reports
PSAT/NMSQT College-Bound Juniors and Sophomores

Tutorials: a guide to use and interpret reports 
College-Bound Seniors Report Tutorial
PSAT/NMSQT College-Bound Juniors/Sophomores Report Tutorial
State Integrated Summary Report Tutorial

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