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If you are an incoming Sophomore or Junior that means you will most likely be taking the PSAT next month. Coming from online learning and completely different ways of learning you may be nervous, especially if it’s your first time taking this exam, but we are here to reassure you that there’s no need to stress. Now, if you are a student who has absolutely no idea what the PSAT is or when it is taking place, don’t worry, that’s what we are here to tell you.

About the PSAT

The PSAT is a practice SAT meant to help Sophomores and Juniors with preparing for the

actual SAT late during their Junior year. It is meant for your benefit in order to see what you

need to work on going forward, so take advantage. Although it is meant for you, it could also

open doors to scholarship opportunities if higher scores are achieved. After the exam is taken, if you have a Khan Academy account, you are able to access your score with a complete breakdown of where you struggle and where you succeed, creating an opportunity to practice what you need to focus on strengthening.

When and Where?

The PSAT will take place on Wednesday, October 13th for both Sophomores and Juniors. One

other day you are able to take it will be Saturday, October 16th, and Tuesday, October 26th. All the tests are administered in your own high school by your teachers, but if there is an alternate location please make sure to check in with your school and find out where.

How Much Is It?

For the 2021 2022 school year, every student must pay $18, but your school may offer waivers for students that should cover the full cost.

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