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The PSAT/NMSQT promotes college readiness by providing students, parents, and educators with detailed feedback on students’ skills as well as tools for improvement and college planning.

Getting Scores

Score reports for students and data for educators are available in December. Paper score reports are sent to schools, which distribute them to students.

Students Get Scores at School

In addition to the paper score report — Score Report Plus — students receive access to online scores and tools through My College QuickStartTM and MyRoadTM.

Educators Get Score Data On Paper and Online

Educators receive individual and group-level online and paper score reports designed to help them understand and improve student performance.

If You’re Home-Schooled

Your paper score report will be sent directly to your home address. 

Tools for Districts

Learn how to get district-level data and find out how PSAT/NMSQT skills align to standards in your state.

Using Results

More than just a number, PSAT/NMSQT results help students prepare for SAT, find AP courses, and connect to colleges and scholarships.

How Scores are Calculated and Shared

Behind the Scenes

Learn how PSAT/NMSQT scores are calculated, find out why score ranges and percentiles matter, and get answer keys.

Protecting Your Privacy

The College Board is committed to protecting your privacy and shares scores only with those authorized to receive them.