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Sophomores and juniors take PSAT Wednesday

Freshman and seniors have a late arrival time of 12:30 p.m.

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Rosters for where students need to report on for PSAT testing on Wednesday are posted in the rotunda.

Rosters for where students need to report on for PSAT testing on Wednesday are posted in the rotunda.

Rosters for where students need to report on for PSAT testing on Wednesday are posted in the rotunda.

Aliza Porter, Staff Reporter

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Sophomores and juniors are taking the PSAT on Wednesday where they must arrive at their testing rooms no later than 8:50 a.m with testing beginning at 9:00 a.m. with freshmen and seniors having a half day.

“It’s late arrival for freshmen and seniors so they won’t be coming to school until 12:30 p.m.,” campus testing coordinator Ashley Stipe said. “The busses will be running on a late arrival too so if they’re a bus rider, they can catch their bus later and the routes are on the website.”

The PSAT is an opportunity to prepare for the SAT and to qualify for the National Merit Scholarship Competition as a junior. The PSAT includes three tests: reading, writing and language, and mathematics. Although the PSAT test format is similar to the SAT test format, the PSAT is shorter than the three-hour SAT, lasting two hours and 45 minutes.

“At 12:40 P.M, it will be third period and students will go to either third period,” Stipe said. “[Students] will have lunches as normal.”

Sophomores and juniors will not be required to bring much for the PSAT on Wednesday, but they are asked not to bring one thing.

“Just pencils is all they need to take,” Stipe said. “Definitely no cell phones will be allowed in the testing room and if they do bring their cell phone, then it will have to be turned in and so everything they need will be supplied for them.”

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