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How to Access Your PSAT Scores

About Finding Your PSAT Scores:

The PSAT is a standardized exam, which tests a test-taker’s skills in three particular fields. These three fields are Critical Reading, Mathematics and Writing Skills. Each of these sections is scored on a scale of 20-80. You can find PSAT scores in the official website of College Board. The scores are based on your responses to multiple-choice questions and student-produced answers. A good PSAT score is 201 or above. A 201 score makes you eligible for the National Merit Scholarships. As the PSAT or the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (NMSQT) chooses 50000 test-takers for national scholarships, scoring high in PSAT is very important.

Where Can You Find Your PSAT Score?

The College Board website is the official website for PSAT. The College Board, in partnership with the National Merit Scholarship Council (NMSC), administers the PSAT. Once you have taken the PSAT, you have to wait for another 35 days or 5 weeks, to get your PSAT score. Once the scores are published, you can find PSAT scores in your College Board online account. By going to the reporting section of the College Board website, you can get more information to find PSAT scores.

In order to find PSAT scores you need to have your username and password of your College Board account. In addition, you have to have your access codes to find PSAT scores. Do not misplace the codes. However, in case you have lost them, contact the College Board help line at (212) 373-8810 or email them about extra information of viewing your results. Another crucial thing to note here is, you should have a PDF reader software installed in your computer. Some reports are only viewable and printable through a PDF reader, which you can download from the Adobe website. Following are the four types of online PSAT/NMSQT reports, which the College Board publishes in their website:

  1. PSAT/NMSQT State Summary Reports (College-Bound Sophomores and Juniors Reports): these reports are some of the generalized scores, reflecting the characteristics and scores of the sophomores and junior PSAT/NMSQT test-takers in a particular state.

  2. PSAT/NMSQT Skills Mapped onto State Standards: these reports make a comparative study of the scores of sophomores and junior PSAT test-takers in each of the state of United States. This assesses skills of test-takers in each state of US. Click here to view reports.

  3. AP Potential&™: the Advanced Placement or the AP is a privilege enjoyed by the top-ranking test scorers. The AP Potential&™ report lets the educators or school administrators look for potential credit and AP individuals from among the PSAT/NMSQT test-takers. Click here to view how AP Potential&™ works.

  4. Summary of Answers and Skills (SOAS): after you find PSAT scores, you might as well check the Summary of Answers and Skills (SOAS) to have an insight of each of the question in PSAT. These reports reflect how the test-taker performed while answering each of the questions in PSAT or NMSQT test. You can avail these reports during the last week of January. In order to view them, you need to log in your College Board account.

The above discussion is about the process to find PSAT scores. Each type of PSAT scores reveals an aspect of the test-taker. Remember, print outs of these scores will not serve as legitimate resource for any official works. Your PSAT score report will be sent directly to the address of your high school or the high school where you took PSAT. You will have to fetch your paper report from your high schools, in order to use your PSAT report while applying for scholarships or for other official works.




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