PSAT Test Registration





The Most Beneficial Mode of PSAT Registration

  • What Is PSAT?

    The PSAT is a standardized test held in October every year. Many students appear for the PSAT in order to secure the National Merit scholarships, company, and college-sponsored scholarships to fund their college education. Moreover, appearing for the PSAT test is a dry run for those students aiming for the SAT test because the PSAT scores can be used to estimate your performance in the SAT test.

  • How to Register for PSAT

    PSAT test registration is an important aspect of preparing for the test. Without the PSAT test registration, you cannot appear for the test. PSAT test registration is not available online. You need to complete your PSAT test registration requirements at school. When the school puts up a notice regarding the PSAT, you must check the date when your school is administering the test. Checking the date in advance helps you to plan for the test. In addition, it ensures that there is no conflict in your schedule, especially if you follow a religious observance on the specified date.

  • Modes of Registration

    The modes of registration are common for the PSAT test irrespective of whether you are a home-schooled student or a student outside the U.S; you need to register through the school counsellor. Yet each method differs because of the applicant’s situation. For example, a student might not have the PSAT test administered at his/her school and might be required to complete the PSAT test registration in another school in the area. Listed below are the different modes of registration. No mode of PSAT test registration is superior to the other because the process is the same. However, you will need to check which mode best applies to you so that you follow that mode accordingly.

    • If your school does not administer the PSAT test

      If your school does not administer PSAT, look up another high school in or near your area that offers the PSAT test. You can also use the PSAT/NMSQT High School Search to search for schools in your area that offer the PSAT test: https://psatordering.collegeboard.com/pno/public/search.do. Approach the school for PSAT test registration.

    • If you are home-schooled

      If you are a home-schooled applicant, you need to contact the high school in your area for PSAT test registration. You can use the PSAT/NMSQT High School Search tool to search for schools offering the PSAT test. Contact the school counsellor or principal at a local public or independent high school for PSAT test registration at their school. It is advisable to begin the process early, preferably in June, so that you can appear for the test in mid-October. All students appearing for the PSAT test need to fill in a basic information form on the test day. If you are a home-schooled student, your test supervisor will provide the school code; ensure that you enter the school code correctly in the "school code" section so that your PSAT score reports will be mailed to you at your home address.

    • If you are a student applying outside the U.S.

      You will need an English-speaking educator at a nearby school that administers the PSAT test. The educator will help you for PSAT test registration, paying test fee, and receiving your copy of the Official Student Guide to the PSAT/NMSQT.

      If you are a U.S. student temporarily located abroad, you must provide the following information on the PSAT/NMSQT answer sheet:

      • Name, address, and code number of your U.S. school
      • Name and address of the school where you are taking the test
    • Your score report will be mailed to your U.S. high school. In case you are not present in the country when the test scores are released (late November), you can request your principal or school counsellor to forward your score report to you.




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