PSAT scores became available for students and parents earlier this week. We put together a number of resources to help you make sense of the results, how to best use them, and where to go from here.

Please let us know if you have any questions, comments, or feedbacks about the resources, and please feel free to share with other families who might also benefit from them.

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More Than SAT Team

Understanding Your PSAT Score Report

  • What is the PSAT, and what is it used for?
  • How should I interpret the PSAT results?
  • What is a “good” score?

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PSAT and National Merit Scholarship

  • How does PSAT relate to the National Merit Scholarship?
  • How does one qualify for the National Merit Scholarship?
  • How is the National Merit Scholarships Helpful for me?

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PSAT and College Admissions Preparations

  • What does my PSAT say about my college admissions?
  • How can I use PSAT to prepare for college?
  • How can I use PSAT to know whether ACT or SAT is a better fit for me?

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The Revised Standardized Tests: SAT vs ACT.

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