PSAT Merit Study Groups
The PSAT wil be the qualifying test for the National Merit Scholarship program.
The PSAT Merit Program! There is only one chance for Juniors to score in the National Merit Scholarship range, and that chance will be this October, 2015. The PSAT will be THE qualifying est for the National Merit Scholarship Program.
Should a student score in the top 5% of the nation next year, a significant honor will be achieved, leading to college recommendations from the College Board itself and possible scholarship awards for the finalists in the competition.
Phase I (Strategies)
4:00 PM-7:00 PM
Monday, August 10th
Wednesday, August 12th
Friday, August 14th
Monday, August 17th
Wednesday, August 19th
Friday, August 21st
Phase II (Testing)
10:00 AM-1:00 PM or 1:00 PM -4:00 PM
Our staff will offer a specialized program of study to small groups of high-scoring students. Individual Dimensions has created a program that has produced a number of National Merit finalists, semi-finalists, and commended scholars.
Individualized attention is a major factor in this program, and is also a reason for limiting each group to only 6 students.
The tuition is $1,395. Tuition includes registration, materials and all sessions (Phase One and Two). If you are interested in this select study group, please fill in the form to the right and MAIL in to us a copy of your son’s or daughter’s sophomore PSAT report (your school will have this information on file if you don’t happen to have it) along with your deposit of $300. Remaining $1,095 is due on August 10, 2015.
Private Merit program tutoring is $90/hour.
A deposit of $300.00 will reserve a seat for your student in this program, and the remaining $1095.00 will be due on the date of the first session. Filling in this form will reserve your place. You will receive a return call to complete your enrollment.
Your acceptance will also be subject to your student’s score on the PSAT given last October. We recommend a selection index of 170 or more (the sum of the three subject scores) on the 10th grade PSAT.