Register for the PSAT

The 2015 PSAT Test will be administered at your school on one of two dates: Wednesday, October 15 or Saturday, October 18.


What is the PSAT?

Checkout ePrep's PSAT Guide to learn more about the test.


Did you know?

There are 1.4 million PSAT test entrants each year. The primary purpose of the PSAT is to help prepare students for the main event — the SAT. Taking the PSAT will show you what you can expect on the SAT.

ePrep for the PSAT includes everything you need to prepare for the PSAT and maximize your chances of being a National Merit Qualifier. Our ePrep course has been designed by a team of master teachers to include the ePrep Learning Cycle, a proven four-step methodology that will help you maximize your score.

This study program includes:

  • 2 full-length downloadable practice tests
  • Over 350 online videos - 30+ hours in total - with detailed answer explanations
    authored by PSAT/SAT master teacher and Princeton University graduate, Karl Schellscheidt
  • ePrep Analytics™ adaptive diagnostics and personalized feedback tools
  • The ePrep Wordsmith™ SAT Vocabulary Builder
  • Complete video review of over 50 SAT subjects and test taking strategies
  • Course Access until November 1, 2015, giving you the freedom to prep when convenient for you leading up to this year's test
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