The PSAT is paid for by the state and given to all 10th graders annually, because the test results of the PSAT provide a comprehensive view of what students should focus on in order to increase their chances of performing well on the SAT.
The PSAT is an important factor for college readiness, and there is often not much time allotted to practice before students are forced (by college enrollment periods) to take the real test. Let the seasoned educators at Bridging Gap strengthen your child’s academic performance and confidence in test-taking. Whether they want to be a doctor, lawyer, teacher, or even an astronaut, the PSAT is the first step in securing your student's future.
We keep our class sizes small to ensure that every student gets the attention they deserve.
When you register online, we will save your spot for a class, but your registration is not complete until parents have visited the center to sign the enrollment forms on-site. We will contact you shortly after you have registered to schedule a day and time to meet.