Scores will be available starting in December 2022. This is done in a rollout release, meaning they will not all be available all at once. Please be patient and do not expect scores until you receive an email from the College Board with access to your scores. Click here to learn more about accessing scores.
Again, please be patient and know that some scores may not be available until early 2023. When you receive your email, to access scores, go to https://studentscores.collegeboard.org/home - Please contact Mrs. McNiel if you have trouble accessing your score after you have the email from the College Board. If you have not received your email by mid-January, please let us know.
LTHS will be hosting PSAT for grades 9, 10, and 11 on October 12, 2022.
Per TEA guidelines, LTHS will allow residents of LTISD in grade 11 not enrolled in LTHS (homeschool or virtual academies) to take the PSAT NMSQT on our campus. All guest test takers must fill out this form by September 15, 2022 to sign up. This is only available to grade 11 students who are residents of LTISD.
LTHS Students do NOT need to sign up for the PSAT!
Freshmen and sophomore PSAT is practice - practice exams are available online and can be taken here through Khan Academy. There are no make up exams, so the online Khan Academy exam is the best option for students in grades 9 and 10 who are absent on the day of the PSAT.
Junior PSAT is linked to the National Merit Scholarship Program. It can NOT be administered remotely - students must come to campus to take the exam. There is not a make up exam. To be eligible for the National Merit Scholarship Program without a PSAT score, please see below regarding alternative entry options.
*No need for students to register through College Board for these exams - all students present on October 12, 2022 in grades 9, 10, and 11 will be taking the exam. No make up exams will be offered this year.*