Test Date

Wednesday, October 12, 2022



Students' regular first period classroom at OPHS


What is the PSAT?

The PSAT measures critical reading, math problem-solving, and

writing skills developed over many years. Students won't have to recall facts from literature, history, or science, or complete math formulas, as this test measures reasoning and critical thinking skills.


What Takes the PSAT?

9th graders will take the PSAT 8/9 test-visit for more information https://satsuite.collegeboard.org/psat-8-9/whats-on-the-test

  • All 9th graders will be taking the PSAT 8/9 digitally and will need to bring their PWCS Laptop and charger. Laptops should be fully charged. If your student does not have a device, they must see Ms. Lawlor or Ms. Coleman in the library prior to test day. Loaner devices are limited on test day.

10th & 11th graders will take the PSAT/NMSQT test - Student Guides will be provided through student’s English class.


Why Take the PSAT?

To get feedback about critical academic skills, to practice for the SAT Reasoning Test, to start getting ready for college, and to enter scholarship competitions.


What to bring

10th and 11th graders:

9th graders:

  • School issued computer
  • charger for school issued computer