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PSAT Sample Questions
Spending your school years taking challenging academic courses and reading widely is the best way to get ready for the PSAT
The PSAT includes the same types of critical reading, math, and writing skills multiple choice questions as the SAT Reasoning Test.
Ready to give the PSAT sample questions a test run? Pick a section below, and you'll find tips and practice questions with answers for each type of PSAT sample question.
PSAT Sample Sentence Completion questions measure your knowledge of the meanings of words and ability to understand how the different parts of a sentence logically fit together.
PSAT Sample Passage-Based Reading questions measure your ability to read and think carefully about a single reading passage or a pair of related passages.
The math section of the PSAT requires a basic knowledge of number and operation; algebra and functions (though not content covered in third-year math classes--content that will appear on the new SAT); geometry and measurement; and data analysis, statistics, and probability. You can use a calculator to answer math questions, but no question on the test requires a calculator.
PSAT Sample Multiple Choice questions ask you to decide which is the best of the five choices given.
Grid-ins, or student-produced response questions, require you to solve a problem and enter your answer.
The PSAT Sample multiple-choice questions on writing skills measure your ability to express ideas effectively in standard-written English, to recognize faults in usage and structure, and to use language with sensitivity to meaning.
PSAT Sample Identifying Sentence Errors questions test your knowledge of grammar, usage, word choice, and idiom. You are required to find errors in sentences or indicate that there is no error.
PSAT Sample Improving Sentences questions ask you to choose the best, most effective form of an underlined portion of a given sentence.
PSAT Sample Improving Paragraphs questions require you to make choices about improving the logic, coherence, or organization in a flawed passage.
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