Students: PSAT test book from testing on October 13, 2021 should have already been returned to you.  If you put a working email address on your answer sheet, you should have received a code to enter on the College Board website to view your scores.  Below is the website to go to for viewing your scores: https://studentscores.collegeboard.org/home 

    If you have questions, you can call College Board customer service at 1-866-630-9305.   



    When you take the PSAT/NMSQT, you can use a calculator for part of the Math Test, but it has to be an approved type. CALCULATORS ARE NOT PROVIDED AT THE TEST CENTER, AND CALCULATORS CANNOT BE SHARED. Don’t bring a calculator you’ve never used before. Bring one you know. Practice for the test using the same calculator you’ll use on test day.

    A battery-operated, handheld calculator can be used for testing on the PSAT/NMSQT Math with Calculator section only. All scientific calculators, which can perform complex mathematical functions but don’t have a graphing feature, are acceptable as long as they don’t have any prohibited features. Please review the list of Acceptable Graphing Calculators on the PSAT website. No other calculators are permitted.



    See this link to find out where you will be testing.  Any student with accommodations will be contacted separately and given their testing location.





    The Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT) measures what you're learning in school, determines if you're on track, and opens doors for opportunities to prepare and pay for college.

    The district will administer the PSAT/NMSQT on Wednesday, October 13.  Unlike last year, we will no longer be restricting participants to students in the 11th grade.  However, the PSAT NMSQT contains items with Algebra I and some Geometry concepts, so if students have not completed Math I, they should not register.

    While all high school students can register to take the PSAT/NMSQT, the district will only pay for 11th-grade students who are likely to qualify for the National Merit Scholarship.  Any other students interested in taking the PSAT can pay $18 to take the assessment.

    Update: The PSAT allows 11th grade students the opportunity to potentially qualify for a National Merit scholarship if they receive a very high score (generally the top 1%). For this reason, WCPSS is offering the test free of charge to those Juniors (11th grade) with a 4.34 GPA and higher. These Juniors will be automatically registered - please do not complete our registration form. All other students who are interested in taking the PSAT must register and pay the $18 fee.  


    Register for the PSAT at Enloe High School here.

    Complete an online payment at https://osp.osmsinc.com/wakenc  by the registration deadline.

     *Only Enloe High School students should complete this form. You will need to log into your WakeID portal to access this form. The last date to register is September 12 for students testing without accommodations. 


    Student Resources

    PSAT/NMSQT Student Guide

    Student Answer Sheet Instructions

    PSAT/NMSQT Practice