The PSAT was given this past October for all 10th grade students (unless a student was absent) and any 11th grade students that chose to sign up for a small fee. The PSAT given this past October matches the newly redesigned SAT that will be offered beginning March 2016.
The College Board experienced some delays and other issues due to the newly designed PSAT scoring system... therefore, if you have not received your scores yet, do not panic!
When students completed the registration for the PSAT (i.e. the bubble sheet with identification information), they were asked to provide an email address. College Board has sent an email to each student with access to their online score report.
If a student did not provide an email address, they did not receive an email. They must get an access code (which will be available in the school counseling office) to access their online score report. This access code will be available on their paper score report. The School Counseling Office has not yet received paper score reports and expects that they will be available beginning in February. School Counselors plan to provide students with their paper score reports during the individual meeting each student will have with his/her school counselor in the coming weeks to register for classes.
Mrs. Burkhardt has created a new video tutorial that provides information about the following topics: