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What is the best time for a homeschooler to take the PSAT test? – Phoenix Homeschooling | Examiner.com

When should the PSAT test be taken?  Is it official during the Sophomore year? Where would a Phoenix homeschool student take the test?

The PSAT (Preliminary or Practice Scholastic Aptitude Test) is offered annually in October.  It is official when the student lists the grade level as 11th grade.  Younger students who wish to try out their skills may take it in earlier grades for practice and skill building.

The test is offered at local high schools or the homeschool group location in Phoenix is Covenant Home School Resource Center (CHSRC), 1117 E. Devonshire Ave, Phoenix.  602 277-3497

Test dates for 2011:  Wednesday, October 12 or Saturday, October 15.  Schools may choose either day.  Covenant Home School Resource Center uses the Saturday testing.

Registration deadline:  For homeschoolers taking the exam in the public schools, contact the school administration by September 1 to register.  CHSRC deadline is September 16, 2011.

Cost of test: Cost will vary at the public schools.  CHSRC cost is $28.00 plus $2.00 shipping for the practice test, which will be available after September 1.

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