ktgrok Posted October 18, 2016 Share Posted October 18, 2016 I hadn't realized it is scheduled on a day that my son has his dual enrollment courses at the college. He'd miss three classes, and has already missed this semester due to illness and it was hard to catch up. Realistically, although he's very smart, he has done zero prep work and based on his scores last year, I'm not anticipating him making national merit. Is it horrible of us to just skip the PSAT? Will I be hurting him in some way? Or can we just focus on the SAT and make sure he starts prepping for that? (he refused the tutoring I was gong to set up for him for the PSAT and said he'd do his on on Khan, then didn't, sigh.) This is my kid with Aspergers and other issues, and the fact that he is doing well in his college courses right now is a HUGE thing. He's happy, he's getting good grades, and so I haven't pressed him on the PSAT prep. Now i'm kind of kicking myself. 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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