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How can I find out my PSAT scores?

MlgProsephMlgProseph Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
edited December 2009 in National Merit Scholarships
Can someone please help? My school never gave the student populace their scores and I would love to know what my score was.
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Replies to: How can I find out my PSAT scores?

  • cowking15cowking15 Registered User Posts: 725 Member
    You could always log in to ure collegeboard account and find out
  • R124687R124687 Registered User Posts: 1,513 Senior Member
    I doubt you can. Unless you can "finesse" your school's Guidance Department. I'm not sure I'm recalling this exactly, but I'm pretty sure. I THINK your score is only posted on CollegeBoard later. MOST schools release them before this time. But every school is different. I'm certain we waited last year (My D is currently a senior), because I was aggravated that I could have used winter break to travel to visit schools, and would have loved to know what level of school to look at (some are open for tours for part of winter break).

    My D's school withheld scores until AFTER (or maybe it was the exact day of) the time that College Board posts them. I thought about it forever, and could NOT understand the reasoning. What was the benefit?
  • silverturtlesilverturtle Registered User Posts: 12,496 Senior Member
    At present, you need the code found on the Score Report to see your scores online (which is rather ridiculous). In February, the code is no longer needed in order to view scores.
  • collegebound2o1ocollegebound2o1o Registered User Posts: 82 Junior Member
    mailed to your school in december
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