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2014 College Board Program Results


Americans of all backgrounds believe that young people need a four-year college degree to be successful, according to a 2013 National Journal/College Board poll. A look at the 2014 College Board Program Results shows that too many students have missed opportunities that would help them make a successful transition to college — results that have real implications for students, their families, and the future of our nation. However, these results also reveal areas of great promise for students who have yet to graduate. Learn more  about the 2014 College Board Program Results Overview

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A graphic which shows a connection among PSAT/NMSQT, AP, and SAT results and shows that PSAT/NMSQT can identify opportunity, AP can advance college success, and the SAT can support college access.


The PSAT/NMSQT is the linchpin among the College Board programs and plays a critical role in the College Board’s work to improve student outcomes. It is the nation’s largest and most representative pre-college assessment and provides valuable early information about student progress.

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SAT Results

A look at the SAT results for the class of 2014 shows an increase in overall participation — including among most minority students and students who took the exam using a fee waiver.

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AP Results

Overall, students continue to see gains in both participation and success in AP.

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