Scores from the October 2021 PSAT come out this week

Students who sat for the October 2021 PSAT will receive their official scores early this week. To find out how to read your score report, what the numbers mean, and what you should do next in your college admissions journey, join us for a 30-minute webinar on December 15th.

When do my scores come out?

Scores come out on December 6th & 7th, depending on your location. Visit the College Board website for a map and a full list of locations.

If you already have a College Board account, you'll receive an email from the College Board once your scores have been posted. If you don't have a College Board account, you'll simply need to set one up.

Log in to your account at to access your score report.

How do I read my score report?

Next week, ArborBridge is hosting an informational webinar on how to read your PSAT score report and what to do with the data.

  • The webinar will take place at 7:00PM EDT on December 15th.
  • Register here.

Can't make the webinar? It's still a good idea to register—we'll send a recording to all registrants the following day.

Need more individualized advice?

The recommendations above are general suggestions. If you have specific questions, reach out to our experts here. We’re happy to help in any way we can.


About ArborBridge

ArborBridge is the global leader in innovative, digital, one-on-one tutoring. With nearly a decade of experience teaching students online, ArborBridge supports students of all kinds: home schoolers, AP students, test preppers, and more. Our tutors specialize in creating personalized plans and in providing compassionate support for students and families.

Erin Ohsie-Frauenhofer

About Erin Ohsie-Frauenhofer

As one of the highest-performing tutors in ArborBridge’s history, Erin coaches tutors and develops tools and trainings to disrupt old habits and empower new strengths. With a Master of Arts in Teaching from Brown University, Erin worked as a classroom teacher and student services director prior to joining ArborBridge in 2017. Her decade of success as an educator has prepared her to ensure that programs are tailored to individual students’ needs.

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