What is a PSAT test?

Answer The PSAT is a practice test that high school students take to prepare them for the SAT. Colleges and universities look at SAT scores when making admission decisions. The Princeton Review estimates ... Read More »

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What is the PSAT test?

The PSAT, or Preliminary SAT, is traditionally taken by high school sophomore and junior students preparing to take the SAT and apply to colleges. Scores are used to determine comparative national ... Read More »

What is the purpose of the PSAT test?

The Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT) is typically taken by high school students in their junior year. The PSAT helps students assess their talents and offers ... Read More »

How to Get the PSAT Test Booklet Back After the Test?

The Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test (PSAT) is a two-hour standardized exam that is comparable to the SAT. Like the SAT, it measures math, grammar and critical reading ability. Unlike the SAT, ... Read More »

What is the highest you can score on a PSAT test?

The highest you can score on a PSAT test is 2,400. The PSAT score is a compiliation of three different test scores. The three different test score skills include math skills, writing skills and ver... Read More »