PSAT Test - Wednesday, October 16th
The PSAT is a two hour and fifty-five minute practice college entrance exam that includes Critical Reading, Math and Writing. The purpose of the PSAT is to predict success in college and provide practice in taking college entrance exams (SAT). The PSAT measures your ability to reason using facts that are part of your general knowledge or facts that are included in your test booklet.
Who should take the PSAT?
- 9th, 10th, and 11th graders who are planning on attending college
- Students who have a 2.5 GPA or higher
What are the benefits of the PSAT?
- Students can practice for the SAT
- Students gain access to more scholarship opportunities based on their score
- Colleges use scores to look at prospective students
- When scores are distributed, the College Board website will break down in detail each section (Math & English) and make recommendations on student improvements in those areas
What is the cost of the PSAT?
- 10th Graders: FREE (All are registered. No permission slip needed.)
- 9th & 11th Graders: $ 17. Pay at the Accounting Office.
Last day to register:
- 10th Graders: Sept 25th by 3pm
- 9th & 11th Graders: Sept 27th by 3pm
- Students will receive a study booket after registering for the PSAT
Test Day: Wednesday, October 16th starting at 7:40am.
Sophomore Permission slips
Sophomores are ALREADY registered. No permission slip needed.
Freshman and Juniors
Pay in the Accounting Office by Friday, September 27th.
Wednesday, October 16th