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Friday, August 23, 2013

Deadline for PSAT Registration is 10/04/13 @ 4PM

2013-14 Sophomores

Optional Saturday Practice PSAT
Saturday, October 19, 2013

$35 no refunds Registration Application will be available on the web by September 4, 2013 (no on-line registration)

To Register:
Application & payment must be received by 4:00 PM, October 4th at: Advanced Academic Studies/Optional PSAT Test 2100 Shadowdale, Houston, TX 77043

Please note, registration will close when all spots are filled. This is a first-come, first-served opportunity.

*Research indicates Juniors who took the PSAT as Sophomores have higher scores


Test during the school day on Wednesday, October 16, 2013

  • Juniors- PSAT/NMSQT No Registration Required
  • Sophomores - PLAN (Pre-ACT) No Registration Required
  • Freshmen - PSAT No Registration Required
Call Amy Ellingson in Advanced Academic Studies 713-251-2005 for additional information.

Registration available until October 4th, 2013


1 comment:

  1. Did you know that there is a typo on this website?
    It;'sline 4 below (You wrote: Did you know that the SAT tests vocabulary, but the SAT does not?") It believe it should read "did you know that the SAT tests vocabulary, but the ACT does not?"

    I copied the paragraph where the error is:

    While many students do score similarly on the ACT and SAT, there are also many students who do score higher on one test rather than the other. The tests assess different information and problem solving skills. For example, did you know that while the SAT tests vocabulary, the SAT doesn't? That may not matter for some students, but that may make a huge difference for others. Knowing that almost all schools take both exams, how do you know whether you might score the equivalent of 200 points higher if you took the ACT over the SAT? That could be the difference between begin admitted and being denied, being awarded scholarship or not.