How to Access Your PSAT Scores
If you provided your email address on your answer sheet on test day, you’ll receive an email notifying you of when your scores are available.
The email will have a unique access code that will connect you to your scores online. If you haven’t already done so, you’ll be asked to set up a free College Board account before you can view your scores.
If you didn’t provide an email address on your answer sheet on test day, you can still access your scores online. If you haven’t already done so, you’ll be asked to set up a free College Board account before you can view your scores.
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Once you’ve gotten your scores, learn more about what happens next.
When to Expect Scores
Students can get 2021 PSAT/NMSQT scores on December 6 or 7, 2021 depending on their location. Educators can access scores in the K–12 reporting portal starting November 29, 2021.
How to Get Help with Scores
If you’re having trouble accessing your released scores:
- You may need to update your account information. Log in to the student score portal and follow the instructions to verify your account.
- Log in to the student score portal and learn how to use your PSAT/NMSQT access code to verify your account.
- Do you have another College Board account? You, your parent, or school counselor may have made it. Log out and log back in using the other account.
- For more help, call 866-433-7728. For international and TTY phone numbers, go to the Contact Us page.
PSAT/NMSQT Exam Locater Lists – 2021
Exam is Wednesday, October 13th
9th Grade – 9th Grade Locator List – PSAT 2021
10th Grade – 10th Grade Locator List – PSAT 2021
11th Grade – 11th Grade Locator List – PSAT 2021
SJVS/FLVS/Home Ed/Other – SJVS_FLVS_HomeEd Locator List – PSAT 2021
Approved Calculators – 2021 PSAT Approved Calculators List
PSAT / NMSQT TESTING INFORMATION
Nease High School will administer the PSAT/NMSQT (Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test – National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test) to all 10th grade students on Wednesday, October 13, 2021. The purpose of the test is to give all students an opportunity to experience taking a college readiness test and identify students who might benefit from advanced coursework. The PSAT is also the exam that is used for 11th graders to qualify for the National Merit Scholars Program. Additionally, a score of 430 on the PSAT Math qualifies as a concordant score for the Algebra I EOC.
There is no need to register 10th grade students, they will receive their test at no cost, through state funding. However, if 10th grade students choose to opt-out please return PSAT-10th-Grade-opt-out-letter to Ms. Messenger in PH 225, or at the front office desk.
Students in 9th & 11th grade wishing to take the test must register online please click here: PSAT SchoolPay you do not need to submit registration letter, when paying online. The last day to pay & register will be Friday, September 10, 2021. There is NO possibility of receiving results if payment is not received by this date. Your student’s Score Report for the PSAT/NMSQT® will be available in mid-to-late December from College Board. Reminders will be included in the weekly newsletter Panther Press, sent out by Mrs. Kunze.
Students will receive an Official Student Guide to the PSAT/ NMSQT® through their English classes. This guide contains valuable information as well as a full-length practice test with answer keys. An electronic version of the guide is available here: PSAT-NMSQT Student Guide – FALL 2021
Please visit www.collegeboard.org/psat for more information
For scholarship information https://pages.collegeboard.org/psat-nmsqt/why-take-the-psat-nmsqt?SFMC_cid=EM371842-&rid=83347539
For access to free PSAT/NMSQT practice resources, including two full-length practice tests.
For more information regarding the National Merit Scholarship Program
Please be sure to complete the accommodation consent request and return to Ms. Messenger by August 17th, 2021, in PH 225. This must be processed by this time for CollegeBoard to approve your school-based accommodations. Requests after this date may not be processed and students will test without school-based accommodations. Consent Form
If you have already applied for accommodations with CollegeBoard, you do not need to apply again, you retain the accommodations until one year after graduation date. However, if your accommodations change, it is YOUR responsibility to complete a new form and resubmit in plenty of time..