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PSAT Testing

PSAT Testing

PSAT Testing Information

(Updated September 15, 2021)

The Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test (PSAT) / National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (NMSQT) measures what you are learning in school, determining if you are on track, and opens doors for opportunities to prepare and pay for college.
 
Norwin School District will be giving the test on Wednesday, October 13, 2021.
 
About the PSAT
 
Here are details about the PSAT:
  • The testing time is 2 Hours and 45 Minutes.
  • The PSAT has 2 Components:
    1. Evidence-Based Reading and Writing
      • Reading Test (60 minutes / 47 questions)
      • Writing and Language Test (35 minutes / 44 questions)
    1. Math (70 minutes / 48 questions)
  • Score Reporting is on a shared common scale with the SAT.  The range of scores is 320-1520 for the total score.
    • 160-760 for each of the two section scores and 8-38 for test scores
 
 
Details, Dates, & Deadlines
 
Norwin High School believes in the importance and value of the PSAT exam.  All juniors will have exam fees paid by the District. Sophomores may choose to take the exam and there will be an associated fee.
 
Registration: Closed
 
 
 
Develop your Skills
 
Here are some practice resources:
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