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PSAT

Trademark. Preliminary SAT/National Merit Qualifying Test: a test designed for high-school students as a measure of qualification for scholarships and as training for the SAT I. Compare SAT.
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The PSAT has developed and delivered a majority of the products identified in the 2009 report, with more scheduled to be fielded in 2012.
Although smaller PSATs provide opportunities to investigate smaller species, coastal and estuarine fishes and the characteristics of their habitats present special challenges for PSAT deployments.
In South Carolina, schools are required to use the PSAT or PLAN tests (preliminary versions of the SAT and ACT respectively), which are administered to 10th-graders, "as diagnostic tools to provide academic assistance to students whose scores reflect the need for such assistance.
The College Board, a nonprofit group that administers the SAT and AP exams, agreed to pay for Florida sophomores to take the PSAT, reported the St.
PSAT or Powertrain System Analysis Toolkit, developed by a team of researchers at the Dept.
SAUGUS - Typically PSAT scores predict how well students will do in college, but for one Saugus High School senior the test was the tool that helped her get in.
All 10th graders in the state already take the PSAT, the preliminary version of the exam, to help them prepare for the SAT and qualify for scholarships.
While The Marino Mission will probably appeal primarily to high school students preparing for PSAT and SAT exams, younger students preparing for similar exams may also find it a welcome change from or supplement to traditional study guides.
They place among the top 5 percent of more than 1 million students who enter the 2005 competition by taking the PSAT test.
PSAT was developed by DOE with HI support to assist engineers and facility operators in conducting preliminary assessments of how efficiently their pumping systems operate.
The Pinocchio Intermediate Vocabulary Builder is a study guide to building one's vocabulary, featuring 1,000 intermediate-level vocabulary words such as "reminiscent" and "idiosyncratic" that appear on the PSAT and SAT tests.
1) Complex card games like poker let you flex your analytic and reasoning skills--without cracking your PSAT workbook, 2) A poker tourney is a great excuse to invite over a bunch of bugs--and the dude you're crushing on.