Your Evidence-Based Reading and Writing Score
Your Math Score
A student’s percentile rank represents the percentage of students who score equal to or lower than their score. A rank of 60, for example, means that 60% of students received scores that are the same as or lower than your score.
Your top three focus areas are derived from the Pareto charts (see below). The top three areas offer the most opportunity for you to improve your score.
While other PSAT® prep programs and tutors focus on strategies and rote practice to improve score, we identify the skill deficiencies to personalize content. You will be more confident in your ability to answer question on the test once you gain sufficient proficiency in these concepts.
Pareto chart provides information on the content areas that offer the greatest opportunity for growth. To improve your high school readiness, you need to improve your proficiency in the topics with the most errors.