The PSAT is administered every fall to all Sophomore and Junior students in the state of Indiana. There is no cost for the PSAT.

The PSAT is like an SAT. It will test students in reading, writing and language, and mathematics. Students can score a maximum of 1520. While the PSAT does not qualify for college admissions scores, it could qualify you for the National Merit Scholar Program and are used for AP placement.

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National Merit Scholar Program
The PSAT is also the National Merit Scholar Qualifying Test. Juniors taking the PSAT qualify for the National Merit Scholar Program. In order to qualify for the program, students must take the PSAT during their junior year of high school.
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