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We have enjoyed our journey for close to a decade now helping our students with different aspects of their school and college prep. We hope we have added some value to the process. For us it's been educative and enriching.

From 1 May 2019, True North will discontinue it's classroom model. Our tutors will still be available for Skype classes for the following subject areas:

ACT and SAT
SAT Subject Tests in Math and Physics
GMAT
IGCSE Math, English and Physics
IB Math, English and Physics
AS and A-Levels Math and Physics
Please call +919967553927 or +919819604160 for Skype classes

The PSAT and the SAT - A Comparison

The PSAT is like the SAT in terms of syllabus. A comparative chart is given below for your reference.

SAT

PSAT

10 section Test

5 Section Test

Contains 01 Experimental section

No Experimental Section

Answer Types

Essay Writing

Multiple Choice

Free Response Grid Ins

Answer Types

Multiple Choice

Free Response Grid Ins

Critical Reading

3 sections (67 Questions)

Two 25 minute sections with 24 questions each

One 20 minute section with 19 questions

Types of Questions:

19 Sentence Completion

48 Reading Comprehension

Critical Reading

2 Sections (48 Questions)

Two 25 minute sections with 24 questions each

Types of Questions:

13 Sentence Completion

35 Reading Comprehension

Mathematics

3 Sections (54 Questions)

One 25 minute section with 20 questions

One 25 minute section with 18 questions (10 Grid-Ins)

One 20 minute section with 16 questions

Mathematics

2 Sections (38 Questions)

One 25 minute section with 20 questions

One 25 minute section with 18 questions (10 Grid-Ins)

Note: Will not involve higher level (3rd year level) Algebraic and Function concepts tested in the SAT.

Writing

3 Sections (Essay + 49 Questions)

One 25 minute section – Essay

One 25 minute section with 35 questions

One 10 minute section with 14 questions

Types of Questions:

25 Sentence Improvement questions

18 Identify the Sentence Error questions

06 Paragraph Improvement questions

Writing

1 Section (39 Questions)

One 30 minute section with 39 questions

Types of Questions:

20 Sentence Improvement questions

14 Identify the Sentence Error questions

05 Paragraph Improvement questions

Note: Essay writing skill is NOT tested in the PSAT.

To know more about the advantages of taking the PSAT click here.