PSAT Testing Information

2020-2021

PSAT 10: Intent to Participate document

PSAT 10 Intent to Participate letter

Lake Braddock HS: PSAT 10 Intent to Participate Form

Students must use their school @fcpsschools ID and log-in to access the form. Make sure you are logged off all personal Gmail accounts prior to accessing the form. The form may be more easily accessed from a computer than mobile device.

General Information:

The PSAT 10 is an optional test for sophomores that prepares students to take the PSAT/NMSQT (an SAT practice test) in October of their junior year. Students who register for the test will report to school on Monday, April 19th at 8:15 for the PSAT 10 and testing will end at approximately 12:30. If your student normally rides a bus to school and will need transportation, they should complete the transportation request while completing the registration form. Students may also walk or be driven to school on test day as well.

11th grade PSATs: October 29, 2020

LBSS Juniors, Parents, and Guardians - 

The PSATs will take place on October 29, 2020. Registration is due by Friday, October 9, 2020.

Please read the UPDATED PSAT Information Letter to learn about:

  • Notification process for test room and entry wave
  • Test day procedures (drop-off and parking)
  • FCPS health and safety protocol for test taking
  • List of what to bring to the test

If you have questions or need assistance, please contact Jennifer Bury, LBSS Assessment Coach.

Students with disabilities do not automatically receive testing accommodations. Parents of these students must initiate the PSAT/NMSQT accommodations process. Please note, not all students with SOL testing accommodations will require these accommodations on the PSAT/NMSQT. If you have a student in tenth or eleventh grade with an active IEP or 504 plan this school year, please review the PSAT accommodations information and return your input and consent to Chuck Lord, Lake Braddock Services for Students with Disabilities Coordinator.

As students sit to take this test, they will participate in an introductory session where they will be asked to complete an optional pre-survey from the College Board. You may view a copy of the optional pre-survey questions online. Parents can access more information about the policy here: pre-survey opt-out policy.  If you do not wish for your child to take part in the pre-survey, please complete the Printable Opt-Out Form and return it to Janelle Field, LBSS PSAT coordinator or Jennifer Bury, LBSS Assessment Coach.