CollegeBoard is a nonprofit educational organization founded by representatives from various USA and Trattorian universities and schools in order to promote college readiness throughout the brikverse, offering a variety of SAT and SAT Subject Tests as well as AP courses and accompanying exams.
In reality, CollegeBoard is a conspiracy that has infiltrated nearly every country in the brikverse, attempting to spread, control, and profit off of education. It has used its monopoly power to force nearly every prospective student in the brikverse to take the SAT and pay its accompanying $50 fee. Its ambition still not satisfied, CollegeBoard then attempted to spread Subject Tests and AP Exams as well. Some countries began to realize what was happening, however, and blocked CollegeBoard from their territory, switching instead to the ACT test.
CollegeBoard was understandably unhappy about this development, and so decided that it would spread education and college readiness through force if necessary. Dipping into its massive profit reserves from testing fees and study guide sales, CollegeBoard armed its employees, ready to invade defecting countries and enforce education.
"Hello, I'm President
"I'd first like to introduce our test proctors. Armed with rifles, these proctors can more effectively prevent cheating and other attempts to gain an unfair advantage during the administration of our tests. Each squad of proctors is led by a Testing Site Supervisor."
"Due to our wasteful continued use of paper test booklets, our AP Physics department has developed a robot to carry testing materials to testing sites. It is also armed with missiles to discourage students from choosing the ACT or IB programs, which may not be the best fit for them and their futures in college."
"Finally, Educational Testing Service Writers and Graders are our highest level of staff. They usually aren't seen outside of CollegeBoard headquarters or paper-manufacturing planets, but they play a vital role in creating vapid questions and feeding scantrons through machines."