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If you are in high school, then now is the right time to start preparing for Pre-SAT or PSAT 2022 Test. Then PSAT is the best way to practice for the SAT.

What is the PSAT?

PSAT is a Standardized test that can be taken by high schoolers – especially sophomores and juniors. PSAT is an acronym for Preliminary Scholastic Assessment Test i.e. the Pre SAT. While the SAT score is crucial towards a student’s admission to a US college, none of the PSAT scores are considered for college admission.

If you are in the eighth or ninth grade, the PSAT 8/9 is for you. Good news is that the PSAT8/9 is now gone digital! If you’re a sophomore, we’ll prep you for PSAT 10. As a junior, you’ll be eligible for the PSAT/NMSQT that is held in October every year.

The PSATs assess students on the following skills and knowledge

  1. Evidence-Based Reading and Writing
    • Reading Test
    • Writing and Language Test
  2. Math

2022 PSAT/NMSQT Administration Dates

  • Primary test day: Wednesday, October 12, 2022
  • Saturday test day: Saturday, October 15, 2022
  • Alternate test day: Tuesday, October 25, 2022

How does PSAT Online Tutoring Program work?

5 Steps towards a 1200+ PSAT score:



Solve PSAT diagnostic test and email it to  for a free evaluation of  your PSAT taking skills


Evaluate and share your PSAT taking skills and areas for improvement


Talk to an eTutorWorld Test Prep Counselor about your requirements and daily/weekly schedule

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Create a customized PSAT Prep Online  Program and schedule live online tutoring sessions for you


Attend regular Live Online Tutoring Sessions priced from $18/hour. Solve  HW practice sheets sent by your tutor
Assess your PSAT progress continually and realign your prep plan as required


Review taught concepts with your recorded tutoring sessions and ask questions as required
Transform you into a MASTER of taught concepts and provide PSAT Test Taking Tips And Tricks


Apply taught concepts and tips to solve PSAT Practice Tests sent by eTutorWorld
Evaluate your PSAT practice tests and provide feedback to raise your PSAT scores with each PSAT mock test.

We identify student strengths & weaknesses & help them learn right.

Sign-up for a Free Trial Session & help your child understand concepts by interacting with a live online tutor.

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No credit card is required, nor are you under any obligation to make a purchase. Just schedule the FREE TRIAL session to meet our expert tutor & get help.

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Every Live Online Tutoring Session = 50-55 minutes of teaching time.

PSAT Math Topics & Practice Tests


Why is the PSAT important?

Are you one of those who are not sure if PSAT scores matter? Well, they do matter and here is how they do…

  1. The PSAT is precedence to the SAT. The PSAT is considered as a forebear to the  It gives students a feel of the super important SAT. The PSAT allows you get the much required practice and strategy planning for the SAT before you finally take the SAT. The PSAT and SAT have similar formats, in terms of sections, question types and time structure. Your PSAT score is an indicator of your readiness for SAT, hence eventually an indicator for college readiness.
  1. Not only that, the PSAT/NMSQTis a National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. National Merit Holders are not considered during the college admission process but may earn a few bonus points during the admission process. Some PSAT high scorers can get monetary scholarships from select colleges. Only U.S. citizens are considered for the scholarship.
  1. A student could be invited to apply for one of the college scholarships by saying “yes” to Student Search Service on her PSAT 10 answer sheet.

Is the PSAT like the SAT?

Very much! The only difference is the number of questions, their difficulty level and the score range. The SAT and the PSATs measure the same skills and knowledge with grade appropriate questions.

Like the SAT, there is no penalty for incorrect answers on the PSAT.

Comparing the SAT 2019 with the PSATs

Standardized Test Grade No. of Questions Score Range Time Alloted (min) Time Of The Year
SAT 11 and 12 154+1 Essay 400–1600 (2-8 for each of the 3 dimensions on the essay) 180 + 50 (essay) August 2019-June 2020
PSAT/NMSQT 10 and 11 139 320–1520 165 October 16, 2019
PSAT 10 10 139 320–1520 165 > Feb 24–Mar 27, 2020 > April 14–30, 2020
PSAT 8/9 8 and 9 120 240–1440 145 Sep 2019 – Apr 2020

How do I register for the PSAT?

You need to register for the PSAT at your school. If your school does not administer the PSAT, then you could register to take the PSAT in a nearby school that administers the test. CollegeBoard does not allow students to register with them for the PSAT.

What is the format and content of the PSAT 2022?

The format and content on all the PSATs is similar to the SAT –however, it is grade and level specific. Like the SAT again, each PSAT assesses

  • What you have learned in school?
  • What you need to succeed at college?

Each PSAT comprises of these subtests:

  1. Reading tests:
  • Reading Test has multiple choice questions that are based on the given passages.
  • Some passages are paired with other passages.
  • Some passages have informational graphics, like tables, graphs, and charts, but no math is required.
  • Questions about other subjects are never asked.
  • This subtest includes Evidence-Based questions.
    1.  Writing and Language tests
    • In this sub test, students need to read, find mistakes and fix them.
    • All questions are multiple choice.
    • Questions on this test ask students to make choices in vocabulary, sentence structure, organization, tone, and factual support
    • Areas of focus are punctuation, sentence structure and graphics
      1. Math tests
      • Most questions are multiple choice questions, in which students select the correct answer option. Some questions are the grid-in questions, where students need to come up with an answer.
      • Questions are about the real world, its situations and applicationsThe Math Test is divided into two portions: The Calculator Section and the Test–No Calculator Section
      • Sometimes several questions are about a single scenario.
      • The Math questions focus on the three areas of math that play a vital role in many college majors and careers: Algebra, Data Analysis, Advanced Math (not included in PSAT 8/9) and topics of geometry and trigonometry.

      What is a good PSAT score? 

      • The PSAT/NMSQT and PSAT 10 are scored between 320 and 1520 points while the PSAT 8/9 score range is 240–1440
      • As a sophomore, a score of 1370+ will put you in the 99th percentile while a junior needs a PSAT score of 1450+ to be in the 99 percentile.
      • The benchmarks for college readiness are:
      Evidence-Based Reading and Writing Math
      PSAT/NMSQT Grade 10 430 480
      PSAT/NMSQT Grade 11 460 510
      • Take your PSAT score as an indicator to how much more work you need to do well on the SAT.
      • PSAT scores essentially have two measures of your PSAT performance – the actual scores and the percentile. You can also view a question level feedback and benchmarks vis-à-vis your PSAT scores.
      • PSAT scores include the total score, Reading Test score, the Writing and Language Test score, and the Math Test score.
      • These additional detailed scores, provide students with a deeper understanding of their performance.
      • To view your scores, you’ll need to create an online account with CollegeBoard.

      Start your PSAT prep with these sample questions created by expert PSAT tutors

      Benefits of PSAT Tutoring with eTutorWorld

      • Meet your online PSAT Tutor from the comfort of your home
      • Experience the state-of-the-art technology for your PSAT Test Prep
      • Enjoy one-on-one live online PSAT Tutoring
      No credit card is required, nor are you under any obligation to make a purchase. Just schedule the FREE TRIAL session to meet our expert tutor & get help.

      Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

      1. How long is the PSAT Test?

      PSAT Test is 2 Hours and 45 Minutes long. PSAT Math Section is 70 Minutes long, the Writing section is 35 minutes long, and Reading Section is 60 minutes.

      2. When is the PSAT conducted?

      PSAT Test is usually held in October. You can know about the PSAT Test Dates Here.

      3. Why should I take the PSAT Test?

      PSAT Test is a predecessor of SAT Test and its format is mostly aligned with SAT Test. PSAT Test familiarizes you with SAT Test and prepares you for college admissions in SAT.

      4. How many levels are in the PSAT Test?

      PSAT Test has 3 levels based on grades. PSAT 8/9, PSAT 10, and PSAT/NMSQT. PSAT8/9 Level is for 8th & 9th Grade Students. PSAT 10 Level is for 10th Grade Students. NMSQT/PSAT is the topmost level that is taken before taking the SAT Test.

      5. How to prepare for PSAT Test?

      You need a PSAT tutor who can help you in scoring good scores. PSAT Tutors guide you in clearing your concepts and enhancing your math, writing, and reading skills. At eTutorWorld, you can find the Best PSAT Tutors who can help you in getting good PSAT Scores.

      6. Where can I find the PSAT Private Tutors?

      You can find the PSAT Private Tutors at eTutorWorld. Here you get Interactive & Personalized PSAT Tutoring guidance. You will also get the PSAT Diagnostic Test. Take the First PSAT Tutoring Session for Free.

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