The  PSAT/NMSQT will be given to all 10th and 11th graders!


The format and content of the PSAT/NMSQT is almost the same as the SAT, so a great way to start your practice is to use our official SAT practice on Khan Academy

Khan will analyze your PSAT test and prepare SAT prep JUST for YOU!

Things you can do on Khan:

  • Check your Skill Level and practice.

  • Go to your SAT Practice Recommendations based on your PSAT test.

  • Choose your Practice Schedule

  • And MORE!

Follow the following steps or click here for printable instructions.

PSAT/Khan Academy

Sign-up Procedures

Sign up with your Computer!

  1. Go to College Board.  Or go directly to:

  2. Click:  PSAT/NMSQT (on lower left)

  3. Click:  Sign in to Get Your PSAT/NMSQT Scores

  4. Sign in or Create an Account

  5. Click:  Get Free SAT Practice on Khan Academy

  6. Click:  “Start practicing”

  7. Fill In:  Day of Birth

  8. Click:  Learner

  9. Continue with:  Google, Facebook or Email

  10. Question 1 - Click:  “A”  Yes I have taken the SAT, PSAT/NMSQT or PSAT 10

  11. Question 2 - Click:  “A” Sign into and send my test results to Khan Academy

  12. Click: “Onward”

  13. Verify:  Password

  14. Click:  “Send” for Khan Academy Permission

  15. Click:  “Allow” Khan Academy share request

  16. Click:  “Onward”

  17. You have reached your Khan Academy Dashboard!


Sign up with your Cell Phone!

Download SAT Phone app –

Daily Practice for the  SAT

You can access everything from your phone including Kahn Academy and Question of the Day



PSAT Information



McCallum Testing Day

October 26, 2021

What is the PSAT?

Cosponsored by the College Board and National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC), the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (NMSQT) — often shortened to PSAT — is a standardized test targeting 10th and 11th graders across the U.S. Every year approximately 3.5 million students take the PSAT test at various high schools.


Who Takes the PSAT?

All AISD 10th and 11th Grade students.

But WHY?

  • The PSAT helps prepare you for the SAT.

  • The PSAT identifies areas for improvement.

  • The top 50,000 scorers in the 11th grade can compete for Merit Scholarships. 

  • The PSAT scores can help the Khan Academy prepare for you a personalized program of study for the SAT.

What do I need to do to sign up?

Absolutely nothing!  All you need to do is to eat a good breakfast and show up on time to school.  

Do I need to prepare? and HOW?

  • All students will receive a booklet through their English teachers with sample questions and other information.

  • How much you prepare is completely up to you.

  • 10th graders just need to show up.  It is a practice for their 11th grade PSAT.

  • If you feel that you have the potential to be a top scorer, by all means prepare.

  • You may

    • Practice with Khan Academy for free.​

    • Enroll in a PSAT Prep class.

    • Look online for practice tests.

    • Get a practice or prep book

  • However, the PSAT will not affect your ability to get into college or hurt you in any way.  SO NO STRESSING!

Other info!

Where do I test?​

  • Just like the first day of school, you will find your testing room posted  on the walls throughout the school.

What if I need accommodations?

  • To receive accommodations, you must request them through your counselor and through College Board.  We suggest that 10th grades take the test "as is" their first year. 

**For College Board issues: (866) 756-7346