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Can a high school freshman take the PSAT?

SkyhookSkyhook Posts: 1,095Registered User Member
Just for practice? Is there an age requirement to be able to register? I have read the material on the collegeboard website and I cannot find any reference to eligibility by age. It does say you have to register through your school. Would a student's school likely be opposed to a student taking the PSAT early for practice? Thanks.

Also, is the PSAT like the SAT in that all sittings are reported every time a school gets your results? Will taking it early somehow jeopardize later possible attainment of NMF status? Any help appreciated.
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