College Board provides ACCUPLACER to colleges and universities for them to assess students’ skill levels in reading, writing, and math to determine if students are ready to take courses that will earn them credits at their higher education institution. College Board licenses the ACCUPLACER software to higher education institutions, to enable their administration, scoring, and reporting of ACCUPLACER tests. Students may access their scores from Colleges Board on the ACCUPLACER student portal by providing their name, date of birth, student ID, and the location where they took the test. See the ACCUPLACER Privacy Policy for details.