Improve Your PSAT Scores
The PSAT/NMSQT is offered every fall semester to juniors. More Than A Teacher offers in-person and online PSAT courses throughout the summer and fall, leading up to the official PSAT. This lays the groundwork for SAT preparation and gives students an edge when it comes to college admission and scholarship opportunities.
Tuition in the group PSAT prep course is $749 and includes:
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We offer online PSAT tutoring and in person PSAT tutoring in Austin at both our Westlake and North Austin offices. Private tutoring is a great fit for students who prefer a one-on-one approach or for students who want to fine tune what they learned in the group PSAT class.
More Than A Teacher partners with local high schools to offer on campus PSAT prep options after school, over the weekend, or during the school day as an elective option.
Schedule a free 30-minute consultation to meet with one of our experts and we’ll make sure you get into the right program to maximize your score and reach your testing and college admission goals.
The PSAT/NMSQT (Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test) is administered by the College Board once a year in October.
There are two important differences between the PSAT and the SAT: 1) the PSAT is a shorter test, completed in 2 hours and 45 minutes as compared to the SAT, which is completed in 3 hours; and 2) the SAT has a few additional difficult math questions that are not on the PSAT.
Learn more about the PSAT on the official College Board site.
Typical improvement after completing the PSAT course is 200 points. We offer a 100 point money back guarantee.
Browse through our PSAT Frequently Asked Questions.
Don’t see what you’re looking for? Check our generic FAQ page or contact us with any questions you may have by phone at (512) 453-7272
PSAT Prep Courses are offered in the summer and fall. Prepping the summer before junior year or fall of junior year works great for most students. Some highly motivated rising sophomores like to get an early start, and that’s fine too. Call our office (512-453-7272) to find out if you’re ready to start your PSAT prep.
Tuition in the PSAT prep course is $649. Check to see if you are eligible for any discounts or special offers.
Our PSAT classroom program typically consists of eight 2-hour classroom sessions, covering every type of question students will encounter on the test. Learn more about what to expect.
The PSAT is worth taking seriously for two main reasons: it constitutes a solid practice round for the SAT, and it qualifies high-scoring juniors for the coveted National Merit Scholarship. Juniors are automatically signed up to take the PSAT/NMSQT through their high school’s counselor. While both sophomores and juniors are eligible to take the PSAT/NMSQT, junior-year PSAT scores will qualify students for any potential National Merit Scholarship. Sophomores can also take the PSAT 10 in the spring of their sophomore year, and freshmen are offered the PSAT 8/9 through school. Always check with your counselor to make sure your school offers the PSAT/NMSQT, PSAT 10, or PSAT 8/9 and to see if you are registered for the appropriate test(s).
Ask about partner school discounts!
Sign up with a friend and you both save $60 on your PSAT Prep Course.
Did your older sibling take a class with us? You’re eligible for a $25 sibling rebate.
Current full time public school teachers can send a copy of their teacher ID and receive a 50% discount on PSAT classes.