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PSAT Information

The 2018 PSAT is SOLD OUT.  

Check back late August 2019 for the next test administration.

The PSAT will be given on Wednesday, October 24, 2018 @ 7 AM.  

This exam is geared towards Sophomores & Juniors.

The cost is $20 per student (check or cash).  No refunds will be given for late/absent students.

 You can sign up Ms. Ross in Guidance - A Building


Click HERE for a REMINDER LETTER regarding the 2018 PSAT.

Click HERE for the Informational Flyer for Bartlett High School Students.


Click HERE to go to the PSAT Website!

The PSAT Website is full of wonderful information to prepare students for the exam.  

While on the site, explore what is INSIDE the exam as well as PRACTICE questions.

PSAT Study Guide

Download the Fall 2018 Study Guide HERE!

Download Prepare for the 2018 PSAT PowerPoint

Click HERE to go to our Test Prep Website

✎   Accessing Scores   ✎   Understanding Scores   ✎  

✎   PSAT Score Converter   ✎   National Merit Scholarship   ✎

✎   Khan Academy   ✎

Accessing Scores

To get your PSAT Scores you must log in to the College Board Student Portal:

👉  Go to

👉  If  you already have a College Board account (previously have taken AP, PSAT or SAT exam), you should sign in with your username and password and click “Sign In” to be taken to your scores.

👉  If you do not have an account, you need to create one by clicking “Sign Up” and entering the required information.

Quick VIDEO on:

Understanding Your Score Report

 Quick VIDEO on how to Understand Your PSAT Score Report


Click HERE for a DOCUMENT on “Understanding PSAT Scores”

A lengthier VIDEO on how to Understand Your PSAT Score Report


Click HERE for a DOCUMENT on “A Parental Tutorial for Understanding PSAT Scores”

Essential Information for PSAT Test Takers WEBINAR


Click HERE for a DOCUMENT on “Understanding PSAT Scores”

DID YOU KNOW?  “Your Total Score” shown in the PSAT Score Report reflects the combination (sum) of the Evidence-Based Reading and Writing section score (160–760) with the Math section score (160–760).  The total score reported range for the PSAT is 320–1520.


DID YOU KNOW?  Your PSAT scores can be used to project your ACT/SAT scores.

The ranges reported for the PSAT reflect grade-level appropriateness within a common scale.  Thus, while the total range for SAT is 400–1600, the total range for PSAT is 320–1520.  This common score scale means that a student who took the PSAT and received a Math section score of 500 would be expected to also get a 500 on the SAT if they had taken the SAT on that same day.

PSAT Score Converter

 To convert your PSAT scores to project your ACT/SAT score - use the PSAT Score Converter.

Click HERE to be taken to the ACT/SAT Concordance Table.

Use your PSAT score as the SAT score to see how you compare to the ACT.

National Merit Scholarship Information

Click HERE to see if you made what it takes to potentially become a National Merit Scholar.  Students will be notified in September of 2019 if they will be moving forward with the search.


Khan Academy

Quick VIDEO on how to link your College Board and Khan Academy Accounts