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    PSAT-  The Preliminary SAT, also known as the PSAT/NMSQT® (National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test), is a practice version of the SAT exam. You can only take the PSAT once per year, and many students take the test in both 10th and 11th grade. If you earn a high score on the PSAT your junior year, you could qualify to receive a National Merit Scholarship—$180 million dollars in merit scholarships are awarded to students each year. The PSAT is 2 hours and 45 minutes long and tests your skills in reading, writing, and math. Unlike the SAT, the highest score possible on the PSAT is 1520.   The PSAT is tentatively scheduled to for October 14th.   Click here to purchase your exam by Ocotber 7th. 

    AP- AP exams take place at the end of AP classes, and they’re used as a means of assessing how much you learned in the class and whether your experience merits college creditAll AP students are encouraged to take the AP exam.  Given this year's unusual circumstances, the $40 cancellation fee will be waived.  AP exam fees are due 11/9/20.  If you are taking a spring AP course, those fees are due 3/8/21.  

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