TAKING THE PSAT
WHO SHOULD TEST?
This test is optional - - you must sign up and pay in order to take the PSAT/NMSQT! Students with strong English and math coursework are typically most successful.
- This is THE qualifying test to become a National Merit This honor is designated for juniors who score in the top .05% in Missouri.
- Many corporate organizations sponsor scholarships for children of their employees.
- High scoring minority students may be eligible for special recognition and scholarships.
- The test serves as practice for students who would like to prepare for the SAT.
MAKE UP OF PSAT:
Reading (60 min – 47 questions)
Writing & Language (35 min – 44 questions)
Math (70 min – 48 questions)
Wednesday, October 13, 2021
WHERE TO REGISTER:
Register using the Google form Mrs. Prange will send to juniors via email.
Friday, September 10, 2021
HOW TO PREPARE:
PSAT Student Guide (available in PCH Counseling) and Khan Academy
WHAT TO BRING:
Non-mechanical, sharpened #2 pencils w/erasers
Extra batteries for your calculator
Wear comfortable clothing. Dress in layers!
Facial covering (mask)
WHAT NOT TO BRING:
Book bags, purses, cell phones, smartwatches/fitness bands are not permitted in the testing rooms.