These are the math formulas provided at the beginning of every PSAT math section.
/r/psatSteps in the 2021 National Merit Scholarship Program
/r/psatClass of 2021 PSAT/NMSQT Alternate Entry Requirements (The "Extenuating Circumstances" Document)
/r/psatOur brains while reading the Lin Manuel Writing Passage
/r/psatSenior Year Blues
/r/psatMe when they ask which would best undermine the authors claim. I had no idea I guess fossils found or land since he says they weren’t swept into the water
/r/psatMade a Meme 😳
/r/psatWhen Presidents used to serve rather than draft dodge.
/r/psat34th US President Dwight Eisenhower's personal phone at the "Summer White House" in Newport, RI, sold at auction in 2018 for $1,375.
/r/psatTake the PSAT in a different state to increase your chances of becoming a semifinalist
/r/psatWill this reference part (from my psat practice book) be on the actual psat?
/r/psatAccording to the College Board website, January 2021 PSAT/NMSQT scores should arrive by "mid-March."
/r/psatJust did my first PSAT
/r/psatHow do you solve this? (no calculator)
/r/psatHow do you solve this?
/r/psatHow is this one solved? Can't it be both A and C?
/r/psatNational Merit Scholarship Competition - Alternate Entry Requirements
/r/psatCan someone explain number 20
/r/psatI was taking an old PSAT test when I came across this question. I got the answer to be 12.5% so I answered 12.5 but the actual answer was .125. How do I know when to answer in percentages?
/r/psatI made the cutoff!! Congratulations to everyone else who did as well!!!
/r/psatCongrats to all the National Merit Scholarship semifinalists from San Diego, CA!
/r/psatWhat the _______ ?
/r/psatIs the cliffsnotes SAT cram plan (3rd edition) good to use?
/r/psatFor those studying PSAT vocab, you can have your Alexa or Google Home quiz you. I recently added some free vocab quizzes that you can use and add to at Grillme (https://grillme.dev/). Hope this is helpful!
/r/psatThe letter or email that we all hope to receive: official recognition of National Merit Finalist status from the NMSC (National Merit Scholarship Corporation)
/r/psatWhile Class of 2020 National Merit Semifinalist cutoffs weren't announced until September 12th, in previous years the letter / email from the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) to qualifying National Merit Semifinalists was sent out as early as August 25th. Stay tuned!
/r/psatCongrats to r/PSAT on reaching 5,000 subscribers!
/r/psatOf the approximately 1.6 million (1,600,000) participants in the National Merit Scholarship Competition, approximately 16,000 (1%) will become semifinalists, approximately 15,000 (.9%) will become finalists, and approximately 7,500 (.5%) will become National Merit Scholarship winners ($2,500).