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I don't exactly know where to go to find out if my score is good/bad/average or what I need to do wrong.
I live in Indiana. Does anyone know the National Merit Scholarship Cutoff Number?
I have a 3.7/4 GPA but I got a 158 on the PSAT (47 CR, 54 MATH, 57 WRITING) It says I did better than 69 percent of juniors in my state. I still feel like this is a bad score since I want to go to loyola chicago or possibly nyu.
What do these scores mean? and What do I need to do to improve them? Any tips? I skipped the ones I didn't know and then went back to see if I knew them then. Then If I didn't know them, I just skipped them.