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DID YOU KNOW? “Your Total Score” shown in the PSAT Score Report reflects the combination (sum) of the Evidence-Based Reading and Writing section score (160–760) with the Math section score (160–760). The total score reported range for the PSAT is 320–1520.
DID YOU KNOW? Your PSAT scores can be used to project your ACT/SAT scores.
The ranges reported for the PSAT reflect grade-level appropriateness within a common scale. Thus, while the total range for SAT is 400–1600, the total range for PSAT is 320–1520. This common score scale means that a student who took the PSAT and received a Math section score of 500 would be expected to also get a 500 on the SAT if they had taken the SAT on that same day. To convert your PSAT scores to project your ACT/SAT score - use the PSAT Score Converter.
Click the above image to be taken to the ACT/SAT Concordance Table.
Use your PSAT score as the SAT score to see how you compare to the ACT.
Increasing College Readiness:
Click the "Using PSAT Results to Increase College Readiness" document below to download a PowerPoint presentation that shows students how they can use their PSAT scores to increase college readiness.