How to Score PSAT Tests?

Answer Released in 1959, the PSAT is a standardized exam that prepares high school underclassmen for the SAT. Like the SAT, it tests math, writing and critical reading aptitude. Unlike the SAT, however, i... Read More »

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What Are PSAT Tests?

The Preliminary Scholastic Achievement Test, also known as the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test, is a standardized test sponsored by the College Board and the National Merit Scholarship C... Read More »

How to Get Your PSAT Score?

The Preliminary Student Achievement Test or PSAT is a test administered by the College Board. Its purpose is to give students practice at the SAT as well as the chance to qualify for a National Mer... Read More »

What does a score of 149 mean on a PSAT?

A PSAT Selection Index score refers to a student's combined math, reading and writing scores. Each PSAT section is scored between 20 and 80 points, for a Selection Index between 60 and 240 points. ... Read More »

What is a decent PSAT score?

A decent score on the Practice SAT depends on the grade it is taken in. For eleventh graders a 47 in Critical Reading, a 49 in Mathematics and a 45 in Writing Skills would be decent as those are th... Read More »