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SAT Test Dates (2016-2017)Register for SAT
2016-2017 Test Dates Tests Offered Registration Deadline Change By Deadline June 4, 2016
SAT & Subject Tests May 5, 2016 May 25, 2016 October 1, 2016 (Tentative) SAT & Subject Tests November 3, 2016 (Tentative) SAT & Subject Tests December 3, 2016 (Tentative)
SAT & Subject Tests January 21, 2017 (Tentative) SAT & Subject Tests March 11, 2017 (Tentative)
SAT May 6, 2017 (Tentative)
SAT & Subject Tests June 3, 2017 (Tentative)
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SAT Test Dates (2015-2016)Register for SAT
2015-2016 Test Dates Tests Offered Registration Deadline Change By Deadline October 3, 2015 SAT & Subject Tests Sep 3, 2015 Sep 22, 2015 November 7, 2015 SAT & Subject Tests Oct 9, 2015 Oct 27, 2015 December 5, 2015
SAT & Subject Tests Nov 5, 2015 Nov 23, 2015 January 23, 2016 SAT & Subject Tests Dec 28, 2015 Jan 12, 2016 March 5, 2016
SAT Feb 5, 2016 Feb 23, 2016 May 7, 2016
SAT & Subject Tests Apr 8, 2016 Apr 26, 2016
If you've missed the last registration deadline, you may go online to request a waitlist status. For information about waitlist status, please refer to College Board website.
How do I register for the SAT?
Register online for the SAT at CollegeBoard.com.
When is the best time to take the SAT?
Most students take the SAT for the first time during the spring of their junior year and a second time during the fall of their senior year. Students will normally take the SAT 2-3 times.
How many times can I take the SAT?
The College Board (which runs the SAT) has no limits on how many times a student can take the SAT. Most students take the exam two or three times to ensure their scores represent the best they can do. Typically, a student will make their first attempt at the SAT in the spring of grade 11 and then rewrite it in the fall of grade 12..
What is the difference between the SAT Reasoning Test and SAT Subject Tests?
The SAT Reasoning Test is what is normally referred to as the SATs. They are required by almost all colleges in their admissions process. The SAT Subject tests are additional tests that test specific subject areas and are required by some of the more selective schools. Normally, the selective schools will require you to take 2 or 3 different subject tests, which are 1 hour in length each.
Do I need to write the SAT Subject Tests?
Only some of the colleges will require the Subject Tests. They will tend to be the more selective colleges. Please visit SAT Scores to see which schools require the Subject Test in addition to the SAT Reasoning Test.
Can I write the SAT Reasoning Test and SAT Subjects Tests on the same day?
No. You can either write the SAT Reasoning Test (4 hrs) or up to 3 different SAT Subject tests (3 hrs) on the same day.
I've missed the registration deadline for the exam. Can I still register for the test?
If you've missed the deadline, you may still be able to write the exam as a standby. The test centre may offer standby testing if they have space for it. In order to register for standby testing, students should arrive at the test location by at least 7:45am on the test date. For more information, please see SAT Standby Testing.