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PSAT

10th Grade

The PSAT/NMSQT will be administered at Harrison High School on Wednesday, October 14, 2020, for registered 10th graders.

Registration for the PSAT ended on September 14, 2020.

Test administration length: Each test will take three hours and 45 minutes.

You must provide your own transportation, and students must be picked up immediately following testing.

Please remember the following:

  • Masks are required for all students for the entire time you are on campus.
  • #2 Pencil
  • Approved Calculator (Click here(https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/psat-nmsqt-psat-10/taking-the-tests/test-day-checklist/approved-calculators) to check)

All students will need to check-in at the Hoya Center

Check-In:

  • A-G: 8:15-8:30
  • H-N: 8:30- 8:45
  • O-Z: 8:45-9:00

Dismissal:

  • A-G: 12:25-12:30
  • H-N: 12:30-12:35
  • O-Z: 12:35-12:45

The PSAT, which is aligned with the redesigned SAT, serves as an excellent way for students to preview and practice for the SAT.

11th Grade 

The PSAT/NMSQT will be administered at Harrison High School on Thursday, October 29, 2020, for registered 11th graders.

There is a $17 registration fee for all 11th grade students.

Registration for the PSAT ended on September 14.

Test administration length: Each test will take three hours and 45 minutes.

You must provide your own transportation, and students must be picked up immediately following testing.

Please remember the following:

  • Masks are required for all students for the entire time you are on campus.
  • #2 Pencil
  • Approved Calculator (check your calendar on the college readiness page)

All students will need to check-in at the Hoya Center

Check-In:

  • A-G: 8:15-8:30
  • H-N: 8:30- 8:45
  • O-Z: 8:45-9:00

Dismissal:

  • A-G: 12:25-12:30
  • H-N: 12:30-12:35
  • O-Z: 12:35-12:45

The PSAT, which is aligned with the redesigned SAT, serves as an excellent way for students to preview and practice for the SAT. The PSAT is the only way to qualify for the National Merit Scholarship Program.