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PSAT Results Q&A
When will my child’s PSAT results be available?
PSAT Exam results will be posted to the College Board website in December.
How can I access my child’s results?
Students can access their results through the Student Score Reports section of the College Board website. 
To access your child’s results, please have them sign in to their existing College Board account. This is the same account where they have accessed their PSAT scores from previous years and registered for their AP exams this fall (if applicable).
If your child has previously taken a PSAT exam, he or she most likely already has a College Board account. If you are unsure if your child has a College Board account or s/he cannot remember their username or password, DO NOT SET UP A NEW ACCOUNT. First, please call College Board to verify that your student does not have an account (1-866-315-6068) or obtain their log-in information. If your child does not have a College Board account, click here to set one up.
I’m looking at the results. What are College Readiness Benchmarks?
You’ll see a benchmark for each section of the PSAT/NMSQT and PSAT 10. Benchmarks are the scores that represent college readiness. In other words, if you score at or above the benchmark, you’re on track to be ready for college when you graduate high school.
If you score below the benchmark, you still have time to work on your skills. Use the detailed feedback in your online score report to see which skills need the most improvement.
I see that the score report is color-coded. What do the colors mean?
Green: A student who meets or exceeds the benchmark score for their grade level will be in the green range and would be considered on track for college and career readiness for their grade. For example, an 11th-grader who meets the 11th-grade benchmark for the section will be in this range.
Red: A student who does not meet the benchmark section scores for the prior grade level will be in the red range, meaning they are more than one year behind in college and career readiness for their grade. For example, an 11th-grader who does not meet the 10th-grade benchmark for the section score will be in this range.
Yellow: A student whose section score falls between these two values will be in the yellow range and could be considered approaching college and career readiness for their grade.
I have heard that Bishop Manogue has a College Entrance Exam graduation requirement. What’s next?
Grade 11: Juniors will be taking the SAT in March 2022. Students are required to take the ACT or SAT to fulfill the College Entrance Exam graduation requirement. If a student does not wish to take the SAT, he or she must provide proof of SAT/ACT registration or scores to Dr. McBride by December 1st to waive the SAT exam. No minimum SAT score is required for graduation.



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