• College Board PSAT - Prince William County Public Schools

    The PSAT/NMSQT will be offered at the Clearlake Educator Center Campus in Cocoa on October 4, 2023.




  • PSAT/NMSQT Practice

    Digital Computer Clipart Vector, Simple Flat Digital Computer, Computer,  Digital, Science And Technology PNG Image For Free Download Take an official digital PSAT/NMSQT practice test to become familiar with Bluebook, including the types of questions you’ll answer and the exam tools you’ll use to take the test.

    1. Download the Bluebook app at bluebook.app.collegeboard.org.

    2. Go to Practice and Prepare on the Bluebook homepage, and select Full-Length Practice.

    3. After you’ve finished the practice test in Bluebook, go to My Practice at mypractice.collegeboard.org and sign in with the same credentials provided by your school to view your score results and review your practice exam questions, answers, and their explanations.

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    PSAT/NMSQT Registration Information! 

    • The PSAT NMSQT is a computer based assessment that uses the Bluebook application.

    • PSAT NMSQT is the only qualifying exam for 11th graders to qualify for the National Merit Scholarship.

    • Passing the math section of the PSAT NMSQT satisfies the Math Assessment Requirement for graduation.

    • All Brevard Virtual School full-time 10th graders are automatically registered to take this exam for free.  10th graders do NOT need to register.

    • Anyone in grades 9, 11 or 12 that are interested in taking the PSAT may do so for an $18 fee. 
      • The deadline to sign up to pay to take the PSAT NMSQT is August 25, 2023.
      • The fee of $18 due upon test day arrival via cash or check.
    • Complete this form to sign up to pay to take the PSAT/NMSQT:
    • Remote or zoned school testing are not an option for the PSAT/NMSQT. 

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    Items to Bring to the PSAT/NMSQT

                     Students must bring the following items (“Required Items”):

    1. Acceptable photo ID (Required)
      • Digital SAT Suite ID requirements are on the College Board website 

    2. There is a graphing calculator built into the Exam App for your use on the Math section, but you may also bring an Acceptable Calculator (psat.org/calculator)  if you choose.

    3. A pen or pencil for scratch work.

    4. Snacks and/or bottled water for personal consumption during breaks.


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    Prohibited Items

    You may not bring prohibited items to the digital PSAT/NMSQT. Prohibited items include:

    • Electronic equipment including phones, smartwatches, fitness trackers, wearable technology, cameras, recording or listening devices, or any other type of electronic or communication device except for your Testing Device used for the digital PSAT/NMSQT and, if applicable, any assistive technology that you have been approved to use for testing as an accommodation by College Board.
    • Books,
    • reference guides,
    • notes,
    • compasses,
    • protractors,
    • dictionaries,
    • highlighters, or colored pencils.
    • Papers of any kind.
    • Watches that beep, make a noise, or have an alarm.
    • Calculators that are not approved.
    • Detachable privacy screens for a Testing Device.
    • Reference guides, keyboard maps, or other typing instructions.
    • Ear plugs.
    • Headphones.
    • Weapons or firearms.

    If you do not bring the required items, or if you bring prohibited items, you may be denied admission to or be dismissed from the test; in addition, we may decline to score your test, or cancel your score.

    NOTE: Some exceptions to the above may apply if a test taker has received a College Boardapproved accommodation.

    Prohibited Behaviors

    You may not engage in the prohibited behaviors set forth below:

    • Attempt to cheat, or otherwise obtain an unfair advantage on the digital PSAT/NMSQT.
    • Remove or attempt to remove any test questions or responses or any notes or scratch paper from the testing room, including through memorization, give them to anyone else, or discuss them with anyone else through any means, including, but not limited to, email, text messages, or the internet.
    • At any time, improperly access or attempt to improperly access the test site, the test (or any part of the test), an answer key, or any information about the test.
    • Engage in any way in (i) theft or attempted theft of test content including through Exam App intrusion; (ii) postexam manipulation of test content, responses or test administration data; (iii) attempting to adversely impact or adversely impacting College Board or your school network or Exam App through any means including cybersecurity means.
    • Attempt to give or receive assistance, including by copying or through the use of an answer key.
    • Discuss, record, copy, or share information about the test including questions, answers, or form of a test, or any other information that might compromise the security of the test at any time (including before the test, during the test, during breaks, or after the test).
    • Communicate with other test takers or other individuals in any form while testing is in session.
    • Allow anyone to see your test questions or answers or attempt to see or copy others’ test questions or answers.
    • Consult notes, other people, electronic devices, textbooks, websites, or any other resources during the test or during breaks.
    • Have subject-related information on your clothing, shoes, or body.
    • Use or access any prohibited items including devices or aids such as, but not limited to, mobile phones, smartwatches, fitness trackers, other oral or written communication devices or wearable technology, cameras, notes and reference books, etc., during or in connection with the test, including during breaks.
    • Have any applications running on your Testing Device other than the Exam App or approved assistive technology or visit any other digital resource(s) or website(s) during the test.
    • Fail to turn in or store away a mobile/smartphone in accordance with your school’s collection process.
    • Share a calculator with another person.
    • Use any calculator on any test section other than the Math section.
    • Use a prohibited calculator.
    • Leave the testing room without permission and prior to the conclusion of all sections or modules of the test.
    • Students may only test in their assigned testing room.
    • Testing outside of their testing room may result in score cancellation.
    • Go to a locker or leave the designated testing area at any time during the test administration, including during breaks.
    • Deliberately attempt to and/or take the test for someone else or attempt to have someone else impersonate you to take the test. Provide false information to College Board.
    • Disturb others during the test.
    • Consume food or drink in unauthorized areas or times.
    • Exhibit or engage in confrontational, threatening, or unruly behavior, conduct, or communication toward or concerning others including, without limitation, any test taker, test administrator, proctor, employee of College Board, or College Board contractor.
    • Allow an alarm or a personal item to sound in the testing room.
    • Fail to follow any of the test administration rules set forth in these Terms and Conditions or in other registration information or directions given by the testing staff or rules of the test site.
    • Utilize or attempt to utilize any artificial intelligence (“AI”) tools, including AI writing solutions such as Generative Pre-trained Transformer (“GPT”) 3 and 4 and subsequent versions or developments.
    • Deliberately sabotage, damage, or attempt to remove the Testing Device from the testing room or test site during the administration of the test.

    See the complete Testing Rules in the Student Guide