- District test coordinators are responsible for student registration.
- The digital SAT, PSAT 10, and PSAT 8/9 are the same tests students take on paper, with the same score reports, personalized practice, and other benefits.
- They are delivered on the popular Cambium Assessment, Inc.™ (CAI) testing platform.
- The flexible CAI platform makes testing easier and less stressful for students with disabilities.
As a district test coordinator, you're responsible for using bulk registration to register students. You can also use TIDE to add or move students at the last minute.
School coordinators are responsible for everything else, from device setup and accommodated test settings to test administration.
If your schools are giving digital tests, you'll receive a TIDE access email from CAI. If you didn't receive one or need help using TIDE, contact us.
Use bulk registration to upload a file with student information. Learn more about bulk registration.
For now, schools need to place their own orders on the test ordering site, but you can see a summary of school orders on your test ordering dashboard.
Schools need to place their orders about 5 weeks before the week they plan to test. View ordering deadlines.
Yes, we email school test coordinators when training is available to them and their testing staff. District coordinators should watch the implementation webinar and the short video about adding and moving students in TIDE.
TIDE User Guide
Provides test coordinators with an overview of the Test Information Distribution Engine (TIDE).
CAI Tech GuideCovers configurations, troubleshooting, and secure browser installation on computers and devices used for College Board digital test administrations. Includes devices and the operating systems Cambium Assessment, Inc.™ (CAI) will support in 2022-2023.