We started PSAT In a Month to help overwhelmed counselors, parents, and students with weekly activities to prepare for this exam. We believe that with familiarity and practice, bright students can perform well on the PSAT.
 
My name is Jennifer Ledwith and I teach PSAT and SAT courses at University of Houston-Clear Lake. My students include those hoping to boost their scores to college readiness and potential National Merit Scholars.
 
If you don’t receive a confirmation email right away, please email jdledwith@scholaready.com to sign up.

Register to receive test preparation strategies, resources, and 1-hour study plans in PSAT In a Month, beginning the week of September 19.

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Why Take the PSAT?

  1. Practice for the real SAT: The reading, math, and writing sections of the PSAT and the SAT are similar. Your child’s PSAT scores will break down specific strengths and weaknesses in each section of the test. With this information, your super busy teenager can effectively prepare for the SAT.
  2. Yes — many colleges and universities are test-optional when admitting applicants; however, they still consider SAT and ACT scores when choosing scholarship recipients. Remember, a student’s college will likely be his or her greatest source of scholarships.
  3. Attract colleges and universities: Colleges pursue students with high PSAT scores like credit card companies pursue consumers with high credit scores. In hopes of attracting scholars, colleges entice them with scholarships.

  4. Compete for a non-need-based full ride to college: Check with your child’s high school counselor to ensure that your student can take the PSAT in the ninth, tenth, and eleventh grades. While the ninth and tenth grade exams are just for practice, eleventh grade is when the test counts for scholarships.

  5. All high school juniors compete for National Merit Scholar Awards. Furthermore, high-scoring students of African heritage compete for National Achievement Awards. 
Short on time? These lessons are meant for busy educators and should take only 60 minutes per day to work through. Is this something that you or your counselors be interested in receiving? If so, please join us.
 
If you don’t receive a confirmation email right away, please email jdledwith@scholaready.com to sign up.

Register to receive test preparation strategies, resources, and 1-hour study plans in PSAT In a Month, beginning the week of September 19.

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