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PSAT 2023 Information 


PSAT Score Release Information

UHS hosted the PSAT on Thursday, October 19th. All 10th and 11th graders took the PSAT/NMSQT and all 9th graders took the PSAT 8/9. The College Board will publish student score reports on November 16th. Students can access scores in their College Board account. Students who do not yet have a College Board can go to to create one.


Student score reports provide valuable tools and provide insight into how to prepare for the SAT.

Here are just a few of the resources available on the College Board website.

Practice and improve your score- Use your PSAT/NMSQT score report to receive tailored resources from Khan Academy and develop a study plan.


Please see below for questions about the PSAT:

PSAT/NMSQT, PSAT 10, and PSAT 8/9: For Students and Parents












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The College Board is now requiring that any student approved for accommodations provide their accommodations letter on test day.  You would have received a letter in the mail when you were approved for your accommodations.  If you no longer have this letter it is your responsibility to see your IEP case manager or stop into the counseling center to request a copy of the letter from the counseling center secretaries prior to your scheduled SAT test date.  Students with 504 Plans should stop in to the counseling center secretaries to receive a copy of their verification letter if needed.  Once you have a copy it is advised that you keep it so you can use it for future test dates.  



Students are strongly encouraged to synch their College Board account with Khan Academy for personalized SAT practice. Here is a video link on how to connect accounts:

About Official SAT Practice on Khan Academy | Test prep | Khan Academy

Khan Academy Free SAT Test Prep

Additional links to learn more about the test as well as practice and review questions:

For account/log in issues, you will need to reach out to the College Board directly.  Counselors do not have the ability to access or reset account information for students on the CollegeBoard website. Contact information is below:

Students and Parents:  866-433-7728


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