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PSAT Testing

La Salle typically offers the PSAT 8/9 to 9th, and the PSAT/NMSQT to 10th and 11th graders each year in the fall.


Accommodations for PSAT Exam
If you have a disability that affects how you test, you may be eligible for accommodations on your PSAT exam. Accommodations must be approved, in advance, by the College Board. See the details here and contact your student's counselor if you would like to request accommodations. 


9th Grade Students:

Accessing your PSAT 8/9 Scores

Understanding your PSAT 8/9 Scores


10th & 11th Grade Students:

Accessing your PSAT/NMSQT Scores (10 & 11 grades)

Understanding your PSAT/NMSQT Scores (10 & 11 grades)


o   Log in to or create a College Board account online.  Students should log into or create their College Board account to see scores and test performance details.

o   Get free, personalized SAT practice. The PSAT/NMSQT is great preparation for the SAT®. Your teen’s score unlocks a free, personalized practice through Official SAT Practice on Khan Academy®. Students go to, create an account, and link their College Board and Khan Academy accounts for a plan based on their test results.

o   Review AP course recommendations. Student score reports identify AP® courses that are the best match for them. AP can give your teen an edge in the admission process and earn them college credit while in high school, which saves time and money in college.

o   The College Board National Recognition Programs. These are academic honors that can be included on college applications. They’re not scholarships, but colleges use them to identify academically exceptional students. Learn more.

o   Get started on BigFuture. Students can begin their College Search using BigFuture™.

11th Grade Students:

o   Practice and improve. Juniors are eligible to earn money for college by practicing for the SAT and improving their score through the College Board Opportunity Scholarships.

o   Register for the SAT. Take the next step toward college by registering.