PSAT Scores

Kirby Hill, Staff Writer

After taking the PSAT in October, scores are finally starting to roll in. Scores for Indiana are expected to come in December 12, but if you can’t wait until then you can ask your counselor for your raw score. A raw score is simply the number of questions you got right. Your raw score will be converted on a scale of 160-760 and the College Board equates your scores, which adjusts for differences in difficulty between various tests.

On December 12, if you took the PSAT, you should get an email telling you that your scores are ready. The email will direct you on how to Create a College Board account and how to access your scores. If you already have an account an unable to access your scores you may need to update your account.

If you need help making sense of you PSAT scores visit Understanding Scores and Score Structure