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The PSAT, which stands for Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test, serves two main purposes: a dress rehearsal for the SAT as well as the qualifier for the National Merit Scholarship. The PSAT is taken by mostly sophomores and juniors in high school before taking the SAT or ACT for college admissions.

Those who study for the PSAT have a leg up in SAT preparation, as a lot of the same knowledge that is tested on the PSAT will later be tested on the SAT. Whether you are considering taking the PSAT as a practice run for the SAT or want to shoot for a National Merit Scholarship, consider some of our top partner PSAT prep courses to get you on your way towards success!

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