Standardized Testing PSAT/SAT/ACT
What is the PSAT?
The PSAT is a test that helps students measure their current academic progress and explore post-high school options. It is also useful as an introduction to one of the most widely available college admissions tests, the SAT, and serves as the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test for college-bound juniors.
Each student received a copy of the Official Student Guide to the PSAT/NMSQT upon registration. The PSAT Guide explains the PSAT as well as provides a practice test for students who wish to review the content covered and the format of the test.
Students who took the PSAT can access their scores on the CollegeBoard website If you don't already have a College Board account, please go online and create one in order to view your PSAT scores. If you get a message that you need an access code, please contact your guidance counselor for the code.
Hard copies of student score reports have been received back from the CollegeBoard, were distributed to students during their English Class.
After you see your scores, please check out the video about how to view your scores, and what Khan Academy can do for you to better prepare for the SAT's.
Video: Get the Most from Your Score Report
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SAT & ACT Test Dates
Key Differences between the ACT and SAT