All interested 10th and 11th graders are eligible to take the PSAT-NMSQT on Wednesday, October 12 (a make-up will be offered on October 25 to only those who are registered). Register for this 3-hour test, by completing the form below. The $25 fee will be assessed via PowerSchool after registration has closed.
Most students take the PSAT-NMSQT during their Junior year, but many students also opt to take it when they are Sophomores to get the feel of the test.
*Do note, it is only the scores from the PSAT-NMSQT taken in your junior year that are considered for the National Merit Scholarship Competition.
Register here for the 2022 FALL TEST by September 9
Please complete your PSAT-NMSQT payment in PowerSchool by September 30:
--> Select "Balance" from the left menu (not available on the app)
--> Click on the 'eFunds for schools' button
--> Select "Pay for Student Fees"
--> Continue as a guest OR create an account/login (best for record keeping)
--> Click "Pay for Student Fees" and select the appropriate child
--> Select the PSAT-NMSQT and click "Add to Cart" OR select "Add All Fees"
--> Click "Begin Checkout" and complete your payment
The cost is $25.00 per exam (plus $1 fee for direct debit OR $2.65 for credit/debit).
If you qualify for free and reduced lunch, your fee will not be assessed. If you need to apply, please complete the application on the Food Service page here, ASAP.
2023 Spring Tests
All 9th and 10th-grade students are required to take the spring test - no registration is necessary. Students will be dismissed following testing.
PSAT 8/9: April 12*
PSAT 10: April 12*
* Dates subject to change
PSAT Strategy Session (FREE via Princeton Review) on 9/12/22, 10/3/22 and 10/6/22.
Study Point PSAT webinar - learn why the test matters, how it's structured and scored, and their best test-taking strategies specific to the PSAT on 10/6/22
Study Point PSAT Practice Tests - 10/1/22, 10/8/22 and 10/9/22
Using PSAT Scores to compare SAT & ACT
Did you know that your PSAT score can help you decide whether or not to take the ACT? Check out the join concordance via the link below.