Before worrying about your child having trouble in her college classes, you need to take a closer look at her achievement test scores. Besides scores in math concepts, there are usually several scores in computation and a total math score. Are these in the same range or higher? Why don't you and your daughter discuss her test scores with her math teacher? He or she will be able to relate these scores to how your daughter is doing in her math class to give you a good picture of your child's strengths and weaknesses in math.
If your child truly has weaknesses in math, ask her math teacher for suggestions on ways she can improve these areas. Working with an experienced tutor or going to a learning center this summer could be helpful. Your daughter has two years before she will go to college so there is ample time to improve her math skills.
With all of your daughter's other achievement test scores in the 90th percentile and above, she should do well in college. Why don't you both look at the courses required for a psychology major as well as talk to someone who has majored in psychology to learn more about what is needed for this major?