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SLP: Add SAT Reports & HS Transcripts to a Student Account

Introduction:

Mentors and affiliation users have the ability to store a student’s SAT report and high school transcript and associate them to the student’s account within the Student Learning Portal. This process describes how to upload those files.

Details:

  1. First, tap the Students tap in the top menu bar. As a result, all students with an account will appear in a table on the page.
  2. Then select the appropriate linked name within the “Student” column. At this point, the student’s Main Information page will appear.
  3. Next, locate and tap the External Files option from the left navigation menu.
  4. Then select the Upload new file link to open the File Details dialog box.
    An enlarged image of the Main Information section of the page shows an arrow pointing to the Upload New File link.
  5. Next, tap the Choose File button to locate and select the appropriate file. Once the file is selected, click the Open button.
  6. Then add relevant text in the Description field.
  7. Now choose the appropriate document type by checking “SAT Report” or “High School Transcripts” from the Contents area.
  8. Finally, tap the Upload button to attach the file to the student profile.
    The File Details window is displayed showing the fields mentioned above. An arrow points to the Upload button located at the bottom of the window.

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