The 2014 Preliminary SAT (PSAT) will be administered on October 15, 2014.
This examination is an excellent opportunity for students to understand the requirements of the SAT, which is a critical reasoning exam used as a criteria in college admissions. Tenth grade students who participate in the October administration of the PSAT at their home high school receive a detailed Score Report Plus in December. The Score Report Plus provides students with a comprehensive skills’ analysis of their performance and gives them a code which provides access to a website with additional test information and an interactive career information program called My Roads. Please ensure that your tenth grade student is present on October 15, 2013, for this valuable learning opportunity. The State of Georgia will pay for the PSAT for all sophomores enrolled in GA public schools. For information see your school counselor.
PSAT and Juniors
Students who pay to take the PSAT as a junior are eligible to be considered for National Merit Scholarship. Confer with your student’s counselor in August about ordering the PSAT for your junior.
PSAT and Home Schooled Students
If you are a home-schooled student or parent of a home-schooled student, contact a principal or counselor at a local public, parochial or independent high school to make arrangements to take the PSAT/NMSQT at their school. Be sure to do so well in advance of the mid-October test dates, preferably during the previous June.
If you're a home-schooled student, your PSAT/NMSQT score report is sent directly to your home address. On the test day, when completing the basic information on the answer sheet, be sure to enter your state's home school code in the "school code" section. The test supervisor will provide this for you.