PSAT day is tomorrow

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PSAT day is tomorrow

The PSAT is a test given by the College Board, just like the SAT. Students who score extremely well on the PSAT can be considered for the National Merit Scholarship.

The PSAT is a test given by the College Board, just like the SAT. Students who score extremely well on the PSAT can be considered for the National Merit Scholarship.

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The PSAT is a test given by the College Board, just like the SAT. Students who score extremely well on the PSAT can be considered for the National Merit Scholarship.

Photo from College Board

Photo from College Board

The PSAT is a test given by the College Board, just like the SAT. Students who score extremely well on the PSAT can be considered for the National Merit Scholarship.

Morgan Torre

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Fellow seniors, I know you’re all excited for your day off tomorrow since you don’t have to take PSATs. But you should try to make sure it’s productive. For everyone who is applying Early Decision or Early Action to college, your deadlines are fast approaching. Here are some ways you can make your college and career readiness day a worthwhile one:

  • Go on a college tour.
  • Finish your Common/Coalition Application.
  • Write your personal essay.
  • Write some of your supplemental essays.
  • Work on your resume.
  • Fill out the FAFSA and CSS profile (with your parents).
  • Narrow down your top schools.
  • Write out all your deadlines.
  • Search for independent scholarship opportunities.

Underclassmen, here are a few things you can do to get ready for your testing tomorrow:

  • Get a good night’s sleep.
  • Eat a real breakfast in the morning.
  • Wear comfy clothes.
  • Come prepared: Bring #2 pencils (not mechanical) and a calculator.
  • Take it seriously; your real SAT will be coming sooner than you think.
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