PSAT

PRELIMINARY SAT (PSAT)

Due to the evolving health and safety regulations, information about the 2020 PSAT will be updated on this page by mid-September, 2020.

NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP QUALIFYING TEST

The PSAT focuses on the skills and knowledge that research indicates are essential for career and college success.

Top 5 Reasons to take the PSAT/NMSQT:

  1. 1.  To open the door to college
  2. 2.  To practice for the SAT
  3. 3.  For Juniors to be eligible for the National Merit Scholarship nationalmerit.org & collegeboard.org
  4. 4.  To begin the college search
  5. 5.  To see how one's academic skills compare with those of college-bound students across the country

7:30 AM Students report to Outside Student Services Entrance
8:00 AM Test Administration Begins
12-12:30 PM Testing complete 

Cost: ($25) See your counselor for financial support if needed

See the bookkeeper to sign up and pay *Space is limited

Contact Ms. Hyman in the CCC or email questions to: hymancs@puyallup.k12.wa.us

WHAT TO BRING ON TEST DAY:

On test day, students must bring the following:

    • * Two No. 2 pencils with soft erasers; no pens or mechanical pencils.
    • * Acceptable calculator (for the Math Test – Calculator portion of the test only).
    • * Acceptable photo ID (Driver’s License, State ID or School ID)

We recommend that students bring:

  • * A watch that has no audible alarm or communications/recording capabilities
  • * Snacks and drinks (which must be packed away during testing).
  • * Extra batteries

RESOURCE: SAT PRACTICE ON KHAN ACADEMY

https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat/practice/khan-academy