Check this list of SAT Test Dates so that you’ll know when the test is available! That way, you will be able to register for the SAT as far in advance of the test as you can!
If you register late, you may not be able to take the test at your preferred location. Also, you need to register ahead of the deadline if you will be requesting test accommodations.
Before you register, you need to know the SAT Test Dates and the related deadlines. Here’s a list of the upcoming national SAT Test Dates on which you can take the SAT or SAT Subject Tests:
|Aug. 28, 2021|
|Oct. 2, 2021|
|Nov. 6, 2021|
|Dec. 4, 2021|
|Mar. 12, 2022|
|May 7, 2022|
|Jun. 4, 2022|
|Aug. 27, 2022|
|Oct. 1, 2022|
|Nov. 5, 2022|
|Dec. 3, 2022|
|Mar. 11, 2023|
|May 6, 2023|
|Jun. 3, 2023|
Note: the September 2020 and March 2021 test dates only offer the SAT; you cannot take SAT Subject Tests on these dates.
For the most up-to-date list of SAT tests and test dates, check this page on the College Board website.
Registering for the SAT
You can register for the tests here on the College Board’s website. Be sure to always register for the test including the optional Essay, since many colleges require that you take the Essay in order for your score to be accepted.
Also, you should always order the Question-and-Answer Service when available. The Question-and-Answer service is available for the October, March, and May test dates only. It will provide you with a copy of the test questions and answers as well as the answers you chose, so that you can review the test as part of your further preparation! You can obtain more information about the Question-and-Answer service at this page on the College Board’s website.
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