If you plan to apply for college admission, it is important to understand what SAT is and how it will affect the application process.
The SAT is a standardized college admission test administered by the College Board which also runs the PSAT (Pre SAT for junior high school) test.
Why take the SAT?
Most US Colleges and Universities require an admission test such as the SAT. Taking the test connects students to colleges and universities and depicts how college ready a student is by demonstrating key skills such as critical reading, writing and Mathematical skills allowing them to fairly assess applicants.
Test scores represent an important measure of a student’s academic progress and together with high school grades are considered by several colleges (as much as 50 percent weightage) whilst making admission assessments since most require students to submit SAT or ACT scores. Hence getting a good score is important in gaining admissions to the college of your choice. The SAT is a great way to set yourself apart from the college crowd.
Students can opt for SAT in 11th class/beginning of 12th class. Students can take more than one try but two tries are the maximum that is advised. SAT is scored on a scale of 200-800 scale for Math and English respectively.
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SAT Test Date
Deadline for Registration, Registering Changes, and Regular Cancellations
March 11th – 2023
May 6th – 2023
June 3rd 2023
Feb 24th – 2023
April 21st – 2023
May 19th – 2023
Anticipated 2023 – 24 school year tests dates
|SAT Test Date|
August 26th – 2023
October 7th – 2023
November 4th – 2023
December 2nd – 2023
March 9th – 2023
May 4th – 2023
June 1st – 2024
How to register for SAT Test
For SAT registrations, please go to the College Board site and create a student account at the link below.
It is advised that students register at the earliest to get a seat at a centre of their choice. They should have a valid passport for at least 6 months from the date of the exam or Aadhar card.