The purpose of this study was to establish score equivalencies between the College Board Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) and its Spanish-language equivalent,the College Board Prueba de Aptitud Academica (PAA). The method of the study involved two phases: the selection of test items equally appropriate for Spanish-and English-speaking students for use in equating the two tests; and the equating analysis itself. Conversion tables relating the PAA-verbal scores to the SAT-verbal scores and the PAA-mathematical scores to the SAT-mathematical scores are given in the Appendix (pages 35-37). These conversions represent an average of the linear and equipercentile results. Because of the scarcity of data at the upper end o the distribution of PAA scores, score equivalencies are permissible, strictly speaking, only as high as the mid-700s. Score equivalencies beyond the mid-700s were obtained by extrapolation.