That said I really like your new query. I think it just needs a little polish honestly, but don't just take my opinion.
QUERY (sans Brian):
When fourteen-year-old Katie aces a quiz everyone else bombs, she discovers she is not just super smart, she is super psychic. Too bad the principal assumes she’s just a rotten cheater. It turns out her teacher accidentally handed out next week’s quiz, and the lesson Katie recalls word for word has yet to be given.
While Katie’s totally freaked, but her curiosity wins out, though mastering her powers is way harder than nailing a test. Her secret practice sessions give her heart attacks. Her friends get angry when she drops off the map. And when she finally starts to use her powerinstead maybe just give us an example. I dunno what she did but consider how much different it'd sound if you wrote something like "reading her friends' minds" "turning her neighbors dog into pudding" levitating the teachers coffee", she ends up acting stupidly selfish.
Her friends can’t stand the new Katie, and soon neither can she. she can hardly stand herself. She decides her psychic gift is really a curse, and ignores her ability until a new vision nearly suffocates her with its promise of an attack she cannot face alone. With the violent image stuck on replay in her mind, Katie’s got to win back her friends, and she’s got to embrace her power. It’s no good being a psychic if she can’t suck it up and face the future—or else she might not have one.
BOOK I OF THE SIGHT, FRESHMAN YEAR is an upper MG contemporary paranormal novel complete at 49,000 words