The PSAT (or preliminary SAT) is a slightly easier version of the SAT. Both exams test similar concepts, but their purposes are vastly different. The PSAT is meant to be a practice SAT for students preparing to take the SAT in years to come. The SAT is looked at by colleges and universities to gain entrance and scholarship.
Although the PSAT meant for practice, it still has large implications. Specially, earning a high PSAT score is how a student can become a National Merit Scholar - one of the country's most prestigious, competitive, and scholarship rewarding recognitions.
Since the PSAT is a practice version of the SAT, the best way to prepare for the PSAT is to utilize SAT exams. Below, you will find our practice SAT resources.
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