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Advising Support Questionnaire

College Board is partnering with select nonprofit organizations to offer FREE virtual college planning support to students.

How do I find the college advising programs that are best for me?
Complete this 2-3 minute questionnaire to answer a few questions about yourself, such as your high school graduation year, zip code, test score or GPA, and your estimated family income.
We’ll use the information you provide in this questionnaire to match you to the program(s) you may be eligible for and direct you to complete the signup process with the college access program(s).

What should I expect from the college advising programs?
Programs that you are matched with will then be in touch with specific instructions on how to get started to receive personalized, college planning support through phone, email, text, and video chat sessions.  

Who is eligible for College Board Virtual Advising?
Students in the class of 2021 who attend high school in the U.S., Puerto Rico, and other U.S. territories can determine their eligibility for free virtual college advising by filling out this questionnaire.

College Board will only use the information you provide in this questionnaire to determine your eligibility to receive free college planning support through one of our partner programs and to improve our program service to students. Information you share in this questionnaire won’t be shared with any third party without your consent. Students will self-determine whether to sign up for any program they may be eligible for and may opt out of any program at any time.

Let’s get started!

1. What year will you graduate from High School? *This question is required.
2. Have you taken a SAT? *This question is required.
This question requires a valid number format.
2. Have you taken a PSAT/NMSQT®? *This question is required.
This question requires a valid number format.
2. Have you taken an ACT? *This question is required.
This question requires a valid number format.
2. What is your Grade Point Average (GPA)? 

If you are unsure how to convert your GPA to a 4.0 scale, you can reference our GPA Estimator at: https://pages.collegeboard.org/how-to-convert-gpa-4.0-scale
2. Which of the following ranges best describes your family's annual income?

Some college access organizations use family income as a factor to determine student eligibility. If you choose to respond to this question, this information will be used to help us match you to the college support program(s) you may be eligible for. If you choose not to respond or don't know your family income range, that's okay. *This question is required.
This question requires a valid email address.