C2 Education Offers Last-Minute PSAT Test Prep Tips for October 16th PSAT

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With millions of students scheduled to take the PSAT/NMSQT® on October 16th, C2 Education (C2), the nation’s premier network of K-12 tutoring, test prep, and college admissions counseling centers, offers timely advice to make the most of this important test.

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The PSAT/NMSQT, for 11th graders, is only offered in October and is the qualifying test for the prestigious National Merit Scholarship

The PSAT, or Preliminary SAT, is offered in three levels:

  • The PSAT 8/9, for 8th and 9th graders, is offered between September and March.
  • The PSAT 10, for 10th graders, is offered between February and April.
  • The PSAT/NMSQT, for 11th graders, is only offered in October and is the qualifying test for the prestigious National Merit Scholarship.

To learn more about the PSAT, read C2’s Complete PSAT Guide available on the C2 blog here.

For 11th graders taking the PSAT for the first time or competing for a National Merit Scholarship, this can be a stressful time. To calm fears and boost confidence, the C2 Education blog features many articles on how to prepare for a big test including these Last-Minute Tips to Score Well on the PSAT.

Nationally, C2 has a proven track record of helping students gain acceptance to the country’s top colleges. C2’s class of 2019 received over 3,200 top 100 college acceptances and $45 million in scholarship offers.*

About C2 Education
C2 Education was founded in 1997 by David Kim and Jim Narangajavana, two Harvard students offering private tutoring programs from their dorm room, and has grown to over 190 centers nationwide serving over 15,000 students and their families. C2 is the only service that combines in-person test prep, tutoring, and college admissions counseling into a comprehensive, personalized program that supports students on the journey to their dream college. C2 Education is headquartered in Johns Creek, Georgia. Follow the company on Facebook at facebook.com/c2education.

*The top 100 colleges & universities are according to U.S. News & World Report’s Best College Rankings.

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