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Take the PSAT for Fun and Profit (Plus Free Book)

take the PSAT for fun and profit

Take the PSAT for Fun and Profit


Like the SAT, the PSAT is a college admission test overseen by the College Board®. It meets most state homeschool testing requirements and covers reading, writing, and math, but doesn't include an essay. The PSAT is a fairly inexpensive test compared to most annual assessments. In addition to being practice for the SAT, the PSAT can help you find a college, indicate career options your student might not have considered, and can lead to scholarships.

You can read the whole article, Take the PSAT for Fun and Profit right now. It's taken from chapter two of my book, High School Testing.

Would you like to learn more about all the high school tests your child should take for college admission and scholarships?


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