Information to help students successfully complete their Self-Reported Academic Record (SRAR).
Please review the following guidelines for editing your record: In order to add, remove, or edit coursework, please select My Academic Record. If you have listed more than one school that you have attended, then please confirm that you have selected the appropriate one.
If your school gives out final year grades, then select Full Year in the Course Length field and enter the final grade. If they only give out final grades by term such as semester (i.e., they do not give final year grades), please select the appropriate term (e.g., Semester) in the Course Length field and enter each final term grade.
If your Dual Enrollment/College in High School course is also an AP course, please choose AP for the course level.
Please enter your dates of attendance; however, make sure your academic year selections are correct (i.e. 9th grade, 10th grade, etc.).
The SRAR website uses a database of names from College Board which may vary slightly from the common name of your school. When searching for your school, try to use variants of the official school name. For example, if you attended T.C. Central High School, enter "Central" in the search box. Make sure you select the correct state.
Counseling staff:Help troubleshoot with the student to try and identify the correct school. If you can’t figure it out, direct the student to complete a Help request within their SRAR. The help button is located in the top right corner. The customer service staff will get back to them within 24 hours.
If you are having difficulty submitting your SRAR, then please check that you have completed the following steps:
Despite how your district defines earlier grades, please include coursework and associated grades from 9th through 12th grade.
If you attended more than one high school, you will add all high schools attended to the SRAR and list coursework and associated grades within each high school.
As long as all of the classes and grades are represented on the transcript, no.
You must list on the SRAR all courses that you have attempted. If the course appears on your transcript, it must accurately be listed on the SRAR as well.