The first administration of the new SAT was in March 2016 and the class of 2017 was the first cohort to have primarily taken the new test. If you haven’t had a chance to adapt all of your campus processes and technology to the changes, please use this archive of information produced to support colleges and universities.
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Testing Options for the Classes of 2016, 2017, and 2018
College Board Guide to Implementing the Redesigned SAT
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Installment 3: Guide to Concordance
Explains how concordance tables and related tools, available in spring 2016, will help colleges compare scores from the current and redesigned SAT.
About the Redesign
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The Redesigned SAT: Concordance Update
Brief overview of the tools that will make it easy for universities and colleges to convert and compare scores from the current and redesigned SAT.
Checklist of Key Activities for the Redesigned SAT: Watch our webinar to learn what higher education institutions need to do as they accept scores from the new SAT. Steps include final testing for systems that will use new scores and communicating with campus stakeholders.
What Higher Ed Needs to Know About Using Scores from the New SAT: Watch our webinar for answers to common questions about interpreting new scores, using concordance tools, and more.
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Updated Code Reference Sheet for the Redesigned SAT and PSAT/NMSQT
Compares code values in the 2014-15 data layout to the codes reported in the 2015-16 data layout. Includes Majors Codes, SAT Subject Test Codes, Religious Affiliation, High School Activities, and High School Sports. Applies to the SAT, PSAT/NMSQT, and PSAT 10.
Preparing Your Student Information System for the Redesigned SAT: Prepared by the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admission Officers, this document outlines a plan for system preparation for higher education.
Information Technology and Admissions Operations Leaders: This webinar focuses on the details of the new Electronic Score Report, changes to note and plan for, and an overview of the higher level implementation considerations campuses need to manage.
Information on Higher Education Assessment Reporting: This webinar gives important details about how to access and use the new online score-reporting portal. Beginning in October 2015, all SAT scores will be reported through this tool. View the slides from the presentation: SAT Score Reporting Portal and Managing Access (.pdf/643 KB).
College Board Search
Online Tool and Mobile App
Designed especially for students and counselors, the SAT Score Converter is a fast way to concord scores for individual students.
Enrollment System Documentation
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STUDENT ENROLLMENT SYSTEM
HOLY FAMILY HIGH SCHOOL
ENGR. RUDOLFO DOROMAL JR.
SIMPLE, TRICIA MARIE
YBANEZ, MA. ALTHEA
The researchers would like to acknowledge the participation of the faculty, registrar and principal of Holy Family High School. The researchers would also like to extend their gratitude to the respondents during the data gathering. The researchers would like to acknowledge the resource person Engr. Rudolfo Doromal Jr. who guides in terms of the development of the thesis documentation.
The purpose of this study is to fulfill a better system that will serve as a more reliable tool in registering and enrolling students in an…show more content…
It allows users to fill in the form and submit. It allows the administrator side to retrieve information. It can severely reduce the amount of duplicate effort required for multi-enrollees. It also allows users to view whether their information has been passed. However, the system is not web based. It cannot be altered or modified by the users. It cannot show the results instantly to users. Users may not remove or delete their information once they’ve been passed.
1.4 Significance of the Study
1.4.1 General Significance
The study is significant for the innovation of manual ways of registration and enrollment to a higher-end technology. It is significant to the registrars, faculty and students of the institution that will use the system.
The study is significant in many ways. It provides a clear definition of its functions. The study will define the advantages with the use of the proposed system. It will identify new possibilities that may help ease workloads. It will serve as an instrument to entice more people to recognize and use such system.
This study will serve as an inspiration to the next generation of developers and programmers to continue the creation of efficient and reliable systems that will