The PSAT (which stands for Preliminary SAT) won’t count towards your college admissions applications, but it is the qualifying test for the National Merit Scholarship. (Terrified? Learn more about the National Merit Scholarship and put your mind at ease.) This means that some of the highest scoring students may win scholarship money, so while you shouldn’t stress out about the PSAT, you certainly shouldn’t ignore it either. Instead, use the PSAT as practice for the SAT and ACT and one of the starting points on your college admissions journey.

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Regular Course - 50 Hour Program PSAT/SAT 1 /ACT Live Classes

  • 30 hour Quantitative
  • 20 hour Verbal

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  • 20 hour Verbal

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