A Complete PSAT Study Guide
Is the PSAT on the horizon for you? If so, you may be wondering what makes this test important and how you can best prepare for it. In this complete PSAT study guide, we will examine the impact of the PSAT on a student’s academic career and offer strategies, tips, and resources to help you pave the way for success. Understanding the PSAT Before you dive into creating your perfect…Read More
How the Digital SAT Is Structured
If you’re getting ready to take the brand new digital SAT this spring, your mind is probably buzzing with questions. How will it be different from the paper version of the exam? Is the structure still the same? Are there any special considerations to keep in mind for the digital SAT that didn’t come into play on the paper test? Never fear! We’re here to answer all your burning questions…Read More
When Are The PSAT Scores Released?
If you are a high school sophomore or junior, you likely took the PSAT this past October 13. After taking such a long and nerve-wracking test, you’re probably pretty anxious about how well you did on the test and when you’ll be able to hear back about your scores. After all, your PSAT results not only let you know how well you will do on the SAT, but they will…Read More
How To Get a National Merit Scholarship?
Every year, roughly 7,500 students receive a National Merit Scholarship. This scholarship provides them with an annual scholarship of $2,500 that they can apply toward their higher education. While these scholarships are certainly difficult to earn, you can put yourself in the running for a National Merit Scholarship by working hard in school, taking on leadership roles in your extracurricular activities, and earning PSAT and SAT scores that fall in…Read More
What’s a Good PSAT Score For a Sophomore?
While it might seem a bit early to start thinking about the SAT your sophomore year, you’ll earn better results if you start to prepare for your test sooner rather than later. Signing up for the PSAT when you’re in 10th grade is a critical step you can take to help make sure you are ready for the SAT. Even though they are different tests, the PSAT and the SAT…Read More
PSAT Score Range
The PSAT and the SAT have a lot in common. In fact, the score you receive on the PSAT is a good indicator of how well you will do on the SAT. As such, you can use your PSAT results to help you know how to prepare for the SAT in the future. Before you do this, it will be important for you to know how the PSAT is scored.…Read More
What’s a Good PSAT Score For a Junior?
Signing up for the PSAT your junior year is an important step you can take toward future success. Your scores on the PSAT are strong indicators of how well you will do on the SAT, and they will show you key areas for improvement before you take the SAT. Furthermore, if your score is good enough, you can qualify for the National Merit Scholarship Program, potentially earning thousands of dollars…Read More
PSAT Test Prep Myths
The PSAT is a helpful test to take on your college admissions journey. However, don’t confuse the format and questions for what you’ll face on the SAT itself. Don’t confuse the PSAT with the regular SAT. Here are the most common PSAT test prep myths. Here’s also a quick primer on the best ways to prepare for the PSAT. The PSAT Is Exactly Like The SAT It isn’t the same as…Read More
How To Prepare For the PSAT
How To Prepare For the PSAT Many students and parents ask us if we offer a PSAT course at 2400 Expert. The answer is no. There is simply no reason to prep separately for the PSAT. The PSAT is essentially a dumbed-down version of the SAT. [sat_one] It is about half the length of the SAT, the math is not as difficult, and there is no essay section. However, the rest…Read More