Understanding Your PSAT Scores

You can access your PSAT/NMSQT score report online and learn how ready you are for college, explore which AP courses are a good match for you, and get insight into which skills to focus on in order to prepare for the SAT. You can also link your College Board and Khan Academy accounts to access free, personalized SAT practice based on your PSAT?NMSQT results.

How to link your PSAT Scores to khan Academy

Now that you have your PSAT/NMSQT scores, you can link your College Board and Khan Academy accounts to access free, personalized practice on Khan Academy. By following three simple steps, you’ll be able to start practicing for the SAT with a focus on the areas you need the most help.

How to Link Your College Board + Khan Academy Accounts

Now that you have your PSAT/NMSQT scores, you can link your College Board and Khan Academy accounts to access free, personalized practice on Khan Academy. By following three simple steps, you'll be able to start practicing for the SAT with a focus on the areas you need the most help.

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    Sophomore Checklist 

     

     

    • Talk to your school counselor about the courses you are currently taking and the courses you should take your junior and senior year. Talk to your teachers about courses you may be interested in that require teacher recommendation.

     

     

    • Sophomores are administered the  PSAT/NMSQT (Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test) Test in the fall. The purpose of this test is to prepare you for the SAT. You will  also need to take this tests in the 11th grade in order to qualify for scholarships and programs associated with the National Merit Scholarship Program. Advertisement for the PSAT begins in September of each year. Juniors must sign up in the School Counseling office during the registration window

     

    • Visit Ms. Rice, Career Specialist, in room 106. Learn about careers and their occupational outlook. Research what career you may be interested in — this will help you when selecting a major and a college. Use the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Handbook for your research.

     

    • Participate in extracurricular activities. This will assist your college applications in the future. Also, over the summer consider volunteering for a good cause.

     

    • Begin researching schools in which you would like to apply to. BigFuture.org has many resources including a college search that can narrow down your choices based on location, majors, and more! Click here to go directly to their college search site.

     

    • Continue doing your best in school!