Career & Guidance Cell
Academic Year 2011-2012 - IMPORTANT NOTICE
THE 2012-2013 PSAT/NMSQT
Dear Parents and Students
Taking PSAT enables students to:
- Get feedback about critical academic skills.
- Seek information from colleges.
- Enter scholarship competitions.
- Practice for the new SAT Reasoning Test.
Students receive Critical Reading, Maths, and Writing Skills scores: each score is reported on a 20-to-80 scale. includes personalized feedback on skills that need attention along with suggestions for improvements.
NMSC Scholarship Programs:
The 2011 AT/NMSQT is the Qualifying test that students must take to enter NMSC (National Merit Scholarship Corporation) competitions for college scholarships that will be awarded .Students who meet published participation requirements, which includes taking the PSAT/NMSQT in the specified year in their high school program usually the junior year i.e. 10 Grade, will enter NMSC competitions for recognitions and awards.
The new PSAT has the enhanced math content; there are also changes in the verbal sections, which is now being called critical reading. The writing skills section remains essentially the same; an essay is included as it is in the new SAT.
For any information please go to the
Note Registration for PSAT exam
- Registration open, will close on May 30, 2011
- Test Dates: PSAT, October 15 , 2011, 9am - 11am..
- For External student = Rs 5000/-per student payable in cash/dd/local
cheque in favour of "Pathways World School" - address marked PSAT fee, C/o
Corporate office, 2 Sainik Farms, New Delhi 110062
Our School Pathways World School is the test centre, and school will do the registrations for the students.
Students with special needs, as approved by College Board Services will be given extended time.
School Executive Director Aravali
Principal Senior School
UK – UCAS - Replying to offers
Students you will now be in a position to reply to their offers having received all decisions on their application. An applicant's personal deadline to reply will be displayed in Track.
- Applicants who received all decisions on their application by 31 March will have a reply date of 5 May, 2012.
- Applicants who have not received all decisions by this date will have a later reply date, dependent on when the last decision is received.
Students must reply online through the Track service. Information on replying to offers is available from www.ucas.ac.uk/advisers/sixsteps/offers/replying.
COLLEGE ADVISOR'S OFFICE
Date: 26 JUNE 2012
Welcome to the PWS College Counselling home page!
- College Board High School Code Number: CEEB Code: 671626
- ETS: Centre Code 63157
- Centre name: Pathways World School
- Site Name: Pathways World School
- UCAS Code – 45348
The counselling office at PWS seeks to assist students, particularly juniors and seniors, in their college search and application process. The process of applying to college can be an exciting and rewarding experience, provided you have a clear idea of what is expected at each stage. To help you with this process, I have provided links to a number of web sites where you will find information that is essential for you and your family as you make preparations to go to college.
There is no question that for most students, deciding where to apply is complicated. Your decision will be heavily influenced by some factors over which you have no control by the beginning of your senior year—the grades you have already earned. It will also be influenced by factors that are entirely personal. It's normal to change your mind several times as you try to decide where to apply. The fact is that there is no precise step-by-step process that will allow you to choose that one perfect dream college. For nearly every student, there are many institutions where you will be happy and successful.
If the process of choosing that perfect college seems random and arbitrary, you're right. In the end, every decision about which college to attend is subjective. There are many colleges that offer you a great education, so you need to keep an open mind as you begin your search.
Click on any of the links on this page to start your search for college information. For assistance please contact the College Advisor at email@example.com.
- Register for SAT
- Register for TOEFL iBT
- Get a UCAS Application
- Canadian University Report card
- MacLean's Review of Canadian Universities
- Ontario Universities' Application Centre
- File a FAFSA ( only American Citizens)
- Conduct a college search
- Common Application ( US)
- CSS Financial Aid Profile
- PSAT Study Guide