Each of the PSAT’s three sections, Critical Reading, Math, and Writing, is scored on a 20 to 80-point scale, giving a total range of 60 to 240 points.

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Getting Your Scores

Your guidance counselor will usually receive your score in December or January.

Understanding Your Scores

Multiply the two-digit score that you get on your PSAT by 10 and you will have your approximate SAT score.  Call your target schools, look them up in college books, or visit their websites online and see how close you are to getting the SAT scores you need to be eligible for acceptance.  This will give you a good idea of where you are now and how you would like tutoring to help you in the future.

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