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  • What is the PSAT and why is it important?

    The PSAT is a nationwide, multiple-choice test taken by about 3.4 million high school students every year–mostly sophomores and juniors. It's a great primer for the SAT® and even the ACT®.

    The PSAT doesn't count towards your college admissions. However, it is the qualifying test for National Merit Scholarships. That means that the highest scoring students may win scholarship money. So while you shouldn't stress about the PSAT, you also shouldn't ignore it.

    How do I register?

    Sign up at your high school or at a school in your community.

    How can I prepare?

    We can help. We have prep courses for every student and every budget.