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What to Know About PSAT Scores

PSAT scores are out now, so if you’re a 9th, 10th, or 11th grader who took the PSAT in October in school, you can get those scores today at If you don’t already have an account there, create one now to get your detailed score report.

The SAT gives you two scores—in math and in evidence-based reading and writing—each from 200 to 800 for a total of 400 to 1600. The PSAT is a little bit shorter and you get a little more time per question. They also omit some of the hardest questions and there are fewer questions by just a little bit. For those reasons, PSAT scores are from 160 to 760 per subject for a total of 320 to 1520.

Either way, it’s a really good baseline so you have an idea of where you stand and you can get help and prep to improve and measure your progress from where you started on that PSAT. 

If you have a junior, junior year is testing year and the time is now. If you have a sophomore, start looking toward summer and fall. 

Either way, make a plan, get moving, and if you have questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to us at 732-556-8220. We are here to help.

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