How Should You Study for the PSAT?
The PSAT is just around the corner. This year the PSAT will be administered on October 16th. If you’re a student, or know one, here’s how to prep best for the upcoming test:
Don’t worry about memorizing – the PSAT is based off the knowledge you have right now from your high school classes. The PSAT wants to see you are working with right now.
Review class notes – Writing, critical reading and math problem-solving are all tested on the PSAT. Take some time to review your class notes for any relevant subjects to polish their skills. If it’s been a while since you worked on Geometry problems, for example, you may want to do a review of the basic formats.
Polish test taking strategies – While the PSAT tests what you already know, there are specific strategies to taking the test that can help you focus, save time and score better during test day.
These strategies are exactly what we’ll be covering in our free series of webinars during “PSAT Week” – October 10th through 17th.
Get the information that they need to maximize scores and improve chances for scholarship programs.
Parents – Learn how you can help your student succeed on the PSAT, and how the test helps them earn scholarship funds for college. Our session for parents will show you how the PSAT plays into future success on the ACT and SAT.
Students – Get exclusive tips on the math, writing or reading portions of the test – or join us for a multi-subject session. We offer in-depth single subject webinars on the Math, Reading and Writing sections and a webinar covering all three.
Learn more about the sessions and register for free at:
Can’t attend a session? Register and a recorded version will be emailed to you the day after the session.