Definition of College Board in English:

College Board

noun

  • An organization that prepares and administers standardized tests that are used in college admission and placement.

    ‘The study was funded by The College Board, GE Foundation, The George Gund Foundation, the W. K. Kellogg Foundation and Knowledge Works Foundation.’
    • ‘Following the board's study, on 27 November 1901 Secretary Root established a War College Board by General Order 155.’
    • ‘LISA TAYLOR-HENDERSON has been elected to the St. Louis Community College Board of Trustees.’
    • ‘‘We believe it is… a very good offer,’ says College Board President Carl Nicholson Jr. of Hattiesburg.’
    • ‘‘Michigan welcomes the changes in the SAT because the writing test will provide more information about students, giving colleges a better chance at making good-fit decisions,’ says Spencer, who is also a College Board trustee.’
    • ‘Now more than 400 colleges and universities invite high school seniors to apply ahead of the crowd, a College Board survey found.’
    • ‘Despite rising college prices, students may not have to pay more up front to enroll, according to a College Board report.’