After Signing Oath Not to Discuss PSAT, Some Teens Flock to Twitter to Gossip About the Test

Updated Oct. 16
Millions of high school students took the PSAT yesterday, hoping to get a better feel for the new SAT. But despite signing an oath that they wouldn't discuss the standardized test, many broke the rules and took to the social web to gossip about the test.

Like in previous years, students were quick to vent, joke and complain online. This year test takers using the hashtags #PSAT#PSAT2015, and #PSATJokes added to an endless barrage of PSAT memes and jokes about wolves, cookies, Spanish moss, and more.

Here's a taste of the Twitter chatter.

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