As part of the SAT Suite of Assessments, the PSAT/NMSQT and PSAT 10 make it easier for students to navigate a path through high school, college, and career.
Schools — and now districts — can order components of the SAT Suite through one site. Contact your regional office for an access code if you’ve misplaced it.
When and Where to Get Scores
You’ll be notified when your students’ scores are available.
Schools and districts choose a PSAT 10 test date within a spring testing window:
- 2017: February 21 to April 14, 2017
- 2018: February 26 to April 27, 2018
To see ordering deadlines and other dates, go to PSAT 10 Dates.
2017 test day options:
- Regular test day: Wednesday, October 11
- Saturday test day: October 14
- Alternate test day: Wednesday, October 25
Before test day, contract districts can use bulk registration to submit information electronically and securely. Users will be able to print pre-identification labels for student answer sheets, saving time on test day.
District- and State-Level Data
Use the integrated online reporting portal to analyze district- and state-level test results and use your findings to increase access, identify skill gaps, and improve instruction.
All data points and analysis reports available to schools are also available at the district and state levels. Raw data files can also be downloaded for import into district and state systems.
Districts can also access AP Potential™, which helps districts grow their AP programs by identifying students likely to succeed in AP courses and exams.
Get more info for school and district leaders, including:
- A consolidated list of key dates and deadlines for PSAT-related assessments
- Best practices on integrating the SAT Suite into your school year
- Resources that support your work with students, parents, and staff
The skills tested on the PSAT/NMSQT and PSAT 10 complement state education standards. They map scores, including subscores, to standards. Use them to identify the skills your students should focus on as they prepare for state assessments and college.
Join more than 500 districts and states in the Early Participation Program (EPP). This initiative is designed to increase access to college by engaging younger students in the college-going process.
Contact the College Board
To learn more about district reports, alignment with state standards, or EPP, contact your regional representative.