PSAT Registration

On Thursday, October 29, West Springfield High School 11th graders will have the opportunity to take the PSAT/NMSQT in school. FCPS will cover the cost for any 11th grade student to take this test. October 29th will be an asynchronous learning day for all high school students and 11th graders participating in the PSAT will be excused from those asynchronous lessons.

To help the school prepare for testing, 11th graders are asked to complete the form below by Friday, October 9. This form asks about participation in the test, the need or bus transportation, and interest in free breakfast or lunch on the day of the test.

West Springfield HS: PSAT/NMSQT Intent to Participate Form

FCPS students in Grade 11 should use their accounts to complete this form to indicate if they intend to take the PSAT/NMSQT on Thursday, October 29, 2020.


2020 PSAT/NMSQT Student Guide

The PSAT/NMSQT Student Guide has pertinent information for testing, tips, and a practice test: PSAT/NMSQT Student Guide. A PSAT Student Guide has been placed in the Instructional Materials pick-up bag for each WSHS 11th grader.

 Test Accommodations

College Board (SAT, PSAT, AP Exams)

If your child has a current IEP or 504 plan and you are planning to apply for accommodations from the College Board for an AP or SAT exam, you must complete the Parent Consent Form and the Local Application and return it to Amy Brown, Special Education Department Chair at West Springfield High School. The College Board application procedure is a one-time process.  If you have a rising sophomore, junior, or senior who has already completed the application, you do not need to do this again.  The approved accommodations will apply to each College Board test.  If you wish to know if your student already has accommodations, please contact College Board directly at 609-771-7137">609-771-7137 or go to

Any questions regarding accommodations should be directed to Amy Brown at @email.  

 Test Preparations 

PSAT  For practice tests visit To understand PSAT scores, look at the following links: