Testing Information

Helpful info on how to navigate the College Board website:

How to create an online College Board account—

Creating a College Board Student Account.pdf

With a College Board online account, students can view their scores in detail, register to re-take the SAT, send their scores to colleges, and more.

How to link your test scores to Khan Academy for personalized test prep— linking-college-board-khan-academy-accounts-presentation.pdf

Khan Academy is the primary resource that students use for their test preparation for the SAT.  On the Khan Academy website, students can take full length SAT practice tests, or drill in on one specific topic for study.

Troubleshooting, helpful info—

Troubleshooting tips, helpful info for College Board, Khan Academy


Spring 2020 Testing Schedule 

Parent Letter from PCHS about Spring 2020 testing


11th grade testing information—the Michigan Merit Exam

All juniors are required to take the Michigan Merit Exam (MME) in the spring of their junior year.

The MME is a state testing requirement, and it is a graduation requirement for students in PPS.

What is the MME?

The MME consists of 3 exams that all juniors will take:

  • SAT with Essay college-readiness assessment
    • Helpful info, FAQ’s

Spring Testing SAT FAQ’s

Spring Testing WorkKeys FAQ’s

  • M-STEP online assessments in Science and Social Studies

What does M-STEP stand for?

Michigan Student Test of Educational Progress

  • All juniors at PCHS take the M-STEP online assessments in the spring of their junior year.
  • Click here for a recent parent letter from the State of Michigan on our M-STEP testing–

Parent letter about M-STEP

  • Helpful info, FAQ’s—

FAQ’s M-STEP Spring 2020


10th grade information on the PSAT 10

All 10th graders will take the College Board’s PSAT 10 in the spring of their sophomore year.

Helpful info, FAQ’s—

Spring Testing PSAT 10 FAQ’s

For further information from the College Board on the PSAT 10, please click here


9th grade information on the PSAT 9

All 9th graders will take the College Board’s PSAT 9 in the spring of their freshman year.

Helpful info, FAQ’s—

Spring Testing PSAT 9 FAQ’s

For further information from the College Board on the PSAT 9, please click here


PSAT/NMSQT information for juniors

What does PSAT/NMSQT stand for?

Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test

All juniors at PCHS take the PSAT/NMSQT test in mid-October of their junior year.

Please see this link that gives more details about test day here at PCHS–PSAT NMSQT info and schedule

For further information about National Merit, please click here

For additional information about the PSAT/NMSQT, please click here 


Interested in taking the ACT?

Please visit www.actstudent.org for info on test dates, how to register, cost, and test prep!