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All juniors will take the SAT on April 10, 2024.
All freshmen and sophomores will take the PSAT on April 10, 2024.
Juniors also have the option to take the SAT on March 9, 2024 to help improve their score on April 10. Registration info below.
Testing Site Number 14611
Understanding Your PSAT/NMSQT Score Report
Accessing Your PSAT/NMSQT Score Report
What is the SAT Suite of Assessments ?
The SAT suite of assessments are a battery of annual tests developed by the College Board that help students, parents, and schools understand the skills needed for success in college or career. Parents and students are encouraged to go to the College Board webpage to learn more.
What are the benchmark expectations on these tests each year ?
The below chart shows the benchmark expectations for the PSAT/SAT exams each year.
Why is it important that our students grow and do their best on the SAT ?
MCHS provides learning and prep opportunities to help students grow over their four year career. It is MCHS’ goal to help ALL STUDENTS get their BEST SCORE to OPEN DOORS. Doing well on the SAT benefits students in the following ways.
Getting YOUR BEST SAT SCORE is beneficial because….
MCHS uses your PSAT/SAT scores as one piece of data in course selection.
You could be eligible for Distinguished Warrior and/or Seal of Biliteracy.
You could gain admission to additional Colleges and Universities you never thought possible
You could earn scholarships that help make college more affordable
You could avoid being required to take remedial courses at your 4-year or 2-year college (like MCC).
These are the same skills that employers in industry and trades expect you to have.
These are the same skills that the military expects you to have.
If you are going into the military, preparing for the SAT will help you score better on the ASVAB test.
If you get a better score on the ASVAB then more jobs in the military are open to you.
You might change your mind about college or your desired profession your senior year.
MCHS WANTS YOU TO HAVE ALL DOORS OPEN!!!
How can I see more specific information on my SAT/PSAT performance ?
Each student can find their specific information in two places 1) their individual College Board account and 2) on their Warrior Dashboard.
Students and parents can see the information on specific strengths and areas of improvement on the PSAT/SAT by selecting the “SAT Performance” tab on the Warrior Dashboard.