PSAT Scores Are Available

December 14, 2021 - 

Dear Students and Parents,
 
The results of the PSAT that students took in October have been released online for students to view here. We recommend accessing your account from a desktop or laptop, not a mobile device. Students will get their PSAT Test Booklets in school this week. If students are not in school on the day their class gets the booklet, they can come to the College Guidance office to pick up their booklets during lunch or after school.
 
Sophomores and juniors should already have a College Board account. If you accessed your account to view your score from a previous test and don’t remember your username/password, you can use the "forgot username" or "forgot password" function on the site. Do not create a new account.
 
Freshmen must set up an account to retrieve their scores. You should use the email address that you listed on the PSAT answer sheet on the test day to claim your account. If you did not list an email address on your PSAT answer sheet, you should make your account with your personal email address.
 
If a student has any problems accessing their account, they should review the Account Help page. You may need to contact the College Board for assistance at 866-315-6068. Please note: students will be using this College Board account throughout high school for anything PSAT, SAT, or AP exam-related, such as free preparation on Khan Academy, retrieving future test scores, and sending those scores to colleges.
 
College Board provides parent tutorials to understand PSAT results for sophomores and juniors and freshmen. Additionally, they have a wealth of information for students and parents on their websites for sophomores and juniors, and freshmen.
 
The PSAT tests the same skills and knowledge as the actual SAT. It provides many benefits that can help students along their path through high school and into college. This assessment is more than a test; it focuses on the knowledge and skills that evidence shows matter most for college and career readiness. We hope that you take the time to review your PSAT results together and begin a discussion about your studies and planning for future assessments.
 
Best regards,
 
Mrs. Maria Dressler
PSAT Coordinator
 
Rabbi Joseph Beyda
Head of School
 
Ms. Esther Hidary
Associate Principal
 
Rabbi Yigal Sklarin
Associate Principal
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