Webinar: Does The PSAT Count? Here’s what you need to know
All the time we get asked by parents of high school sophomores and juniors:
And the answer is… it depends.
Now it is true that your score won’t be seen or count towards college admissions, but there are a few reasons why you may not want to give it a pass.
- Prepare for the actual SAT and get direct feedback on where you need to improve before you do
- Get used to the test format and the test environment
- Get put into consideration for the National Merit Scholarship
So in that light, we decided to put together a free webinar this coming June 15th, hosted by Ann Dolin, M.Ed., to help you sort out how to best take advantage of the PSAT.
- When should my child take the PSAT (and why)?
- Who sees the scores once they take it, and do they count for anything?
- What’s the National Merit Scholarship and does my child have a chance?
- Should you prepare for the PSAT, and how do the scores translate to performance on the actual SAT?
To register for the June 15th webinar (held from 12:15 to 1pm eastern), just click the link below and enter your name and contact information.
We’ll email you with a link and the confirmation details so you can easily join in on the 15th.
See you in the webinar!
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