5 Ways Rising Juniors Can Prep for the PSAT This Summer

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While your PSAT scores won't be used in the college admission process, taking the PSAT can serve as a highly beneficial practice experience for taking the SAT. In addition, taking the PSAT in your junior year (also referred to as the PSAT NMSQT) is also one way to potentially earn some scholarship money, or at least make your college application stand out from the rest. As long as you score high enough, that is.

If your junior year is coming up this fall, then you might want to consider carving out some test prep sessions this summer for the PSAT. Here are our tips to help you perfect your test strategy during the summer break so you can feel confident when the test date rolls around.

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