PSAT/NMSQT and PSAT8/9 . . . October 16th
Preliminary SAT®/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test
- ALL 10th graders, Superintendent Scholars
- 9th and 11th graders are allowed to take assessment for a fee.
SAT - Scholastic Aptitude Test . . . October 16th
- 12th Grade only
These assessments are standardized tests meant to show schools how prepared you are for college by measuring key skills like reading comprehension, computational ability, and clarity of expression. Because so many students take the test, it also provides schools with data about how you compare to your peers nationwide.
They are highly relevant to your future success because they focus on the skills and knowledge at the heart of education. They’ll measure:
- What you learn in high school
- What you need to succeed in college
If you think the key to a high score is memorizing words and facts you’ll never use in the real world, think again. You don’t have to discover secret tricks or cram the night before.
The best way to prepare for the test is to:
- Take challenging courses
- Do your homework
- Prepare for tests and quizzes
- Ask and answer lots of questions
In short, take charge of your education and learn as much as you can.
SAT Practice lesson plans:
Practice in the classroom:
Gale Database: Testing and Education Resource Center:
- FREE online PSAT and SAT practice tests
- FREE online SAT study course
- FREE online PSAT and SAT study guides
- Additional helpful articles
Username/Password information can be found at the top of the Library Resources and Online Research page on the Dubiski website.