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PSAT/SAT Student Accommodations

The Preliminary SAT (PSAT) and SAT are standardized tests administered by the College Board and cosponsored by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) in the United States. This form allows Parent/Guardians to provide consent for students to receive accommodations for this testing.

This guide will walk you through this process as tied to the ParentVUE application. 

Note: If you do not currently have a ParentVUE account, please check out our guide on getting started, or talk to your student's school.


These instructions cover the actions needed to Opt-in for the following Accommodations:


Note: If you are looking for the Opt-out instructions for Student Data gathering by the College Board, check out our guide here!

Getting Started

1.  Log in to ParentVUE.


 2.  Click the "PSD Forms and Applications" button. 

Orange hightlight and the number 2 around the "PSD Forms and Applications" option

3.  Click the "Services Tracker" button. 

Orange highlight with number 3 around Services Tracker option


4.  You will see your name in the upper-right corner letting you know you are logged in with your ParentVUE account (A). Choose the child you wish to Opt In for (B).



5.  Click the "Assessment" link under your child. 


6.  Click the link for Accommodation for which you need to opt in.


How to Opt Out 6


7.  Type your name in the field (A), making sure to spell it as it is shown below the box (!), then click the green "Sign" button (B).


Tip: Need a printed form instead?  Scroll up a bit and click the form in your preferred language under the "Service Consent Documents" section.

8.  Click the "Opt In" Button. 

Opt in

9.  Click the "Ok" button to confirm your choice. 

OK button



10.  You're all set! If you would like to Opt out for any form you have previously opted out of, go through the previous steps and select the "Opt Out" button at the end of the process.


Again, if you have any further questions, please reach out to your school. 


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