PSAT scores up across the board
Oabrook administered the PSAT in October and is pleased to report and increase in scores across the board.
The Junior class this year had an average PSAT score of 1146. They increased over last year by 75 points on average and scored 131 points above the National Average.
The 10th grade had a strong showing with an average gain of 79 points over the scores last year. The sophomore class this year had an average PSAT score of 1084. This is 151 points above the national average of 933. The 8th and 9th grade also scored well above average. Here's what your teen can do to make the most out of their scores:
- Log in to or create a College Board account online. PSAT/NMSQT scores will be released online on December 10th. Students should log in to their College Board account to see scores and test performance details.
- Get free, personalized SAT practice. The PSAT/NMSQT is great preparation for the SAT®. Your teen's score unlocks a free, personalized practice through Official SAT Practice on Khan Academy. Students go to satpractice.org, create an account, and link their College Board and Khan Academy accounts for a plan based on their test results.
- Review AP course recommendations. Student score reports identify AP® courses that are the best match for them. AP can give your teen an edge in the admission process and earn them college credit while in high school, which saves time and money in college.
Questions about how to use PSAT/NMSQT scores? Please email Cathy.Zion@oakbrookprep.org.
South Carolina recently released School Report cards for the state's public elementary, middle, and high schools. While the report does not include PSAT scores, it does provide academic progress, graduation rates, and college readiness for the state's public schools. To read the full report, click here.
For comparison, here's a score snapshot for the Class of 2018-2019:
|Graduation Rate 100%|