Dear Sophomore Student,

The State of New Mexico is requiring all sophomores to take the PSAT and they are funding it!  You will take the PSAT on Saturday morning, October 15, 2016.

Taking the PSAT is a great opportunity and provides several benefits such as:

  • The PSAT is excellent practice for the SAT and ACT.

  • It is great practice for next year, when you take the PSAT to be considered for the National Merit Scholarship.

  • The test assesses your skills in critical reading, mathematical reasoning, and writing.  Analyzing your results, you will receive information on how to improve your skills.

  • It compares your academic skills with others who are college-bound.

  • You will receive information on college majors and careers.

The PSAT will be given at The MASTERS ProgramAll sophomores will need to report to their assigned room at 7:45 AM..  The test will start at 8:00 AM prompt, and late admittance will not be allowed.   Please bring the following items:

  • Two No. 2 pencils.

  • An approved calculator.

    • Students may not use a pocket organizer; powerbooks or portable/handheld computers; electronic writing pads or pen-input/stylus-driven devices; cell phone calculators; or calculators with a QWERTY (typewriter-like) keypad, with paper tape, that makes noise or “talk” or that require an electrical outlet.

  • Social Security Number (optional).
  • E-mail address (optional).

 Dear Junior Student,

The PSAT will be offered to all juniors on Saturday morning, October 15, 2016.   The test costs $15.00.  Please pay Debbie, in the TMP Office.

Taking the PSAT is a great opportunity and provides several benefits such as:

  • The PSAT is excellent practice for the SAT and ACT.

  • The PSAT is the only way to qualify for the National Merit Scholarship.

  • The test assesses your skills in critical reading, mathematical reasoning, and writing.  Analyzing your results, you will receive information on how to improve your skills.

  • It compares your academic skills with others who are college-bound.

  • You will receive information on college majors and careers.

The PSAT will be given at The MASTERS ProgramAll sophomores and juniors will need to report to their assigned room  at 7:45 AM.  The test will start at 8:00 AM prompt, and late admittance will not be allowed.   Please bring the following items:

  • Two No. 2 pencils.

  • An approved calculator.

    • Students may not use a pocket organizer; powerbooks or portable/handheld computers; electronic writing pads or pen-input/stylus-driven devices; cell phone calculators; or calculators with a QWERTY (typewriter-like) keypad, with paper tape, that makes noise or “talk” or that require an electrical outlet.

  • Social Security Number (optional).

  • E-mail address (optional). 

 

 
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