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Dear Academic Approach Families & Colleagues:

PSAT scores are scheduled for release on Monday, December 7th. Be on the lookout for those results for sophomores and juniors who tested in October.

In a year when data on academic progress is especially important, digging into these numbers can be helpful in shedding light on what important college readiness skills have been mastered and what skills still need attention and development.

We’re happy to provide complimentary analysis for those families who want the scores read, contextualized, and prioritized in terms of learning objectives. For those students who were not able to test, we’re happy to provide complimentary testing and analysis.

PSAT data—when read carefully and prioritized well—can help identify opportunities for success both on and beyond the test.

Be well,
Matthew Pietrafetta, Ph.D., Founder & CEO

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