Student Score Reports
Think of PSAT/NMSQT and PSAT 10 score reports as roadmaps. They show what you’re doing well, and what you should work on to get ready for the SAT — and for college.
When You’ll Get Your Scores
The College Board will email you an access code to view your online score report about two months after you take the test. Teachers and counselors will see scores about a day before you do and can give you the access code if you didn’t provide an email address when you took the test.
Teachers and counselors will also give you your paper score report. View a sample:
Explains the sections of the paper student score report. Can be used as a guide for reviewing the score report with students.
About Those Numbers
When you view your online score reports, you’ll get summaries of your performance on each test and content area. You can also filter results and drill down to see how you performed on easy, medium, and hard questions or on questions that measure different skills. Percentiles will show how you did compared to your peers.
Online score reports do more than show you which skills you should work on. They also connect you to: