SAT Registration Now Open

Dear Parent,

Your teen is now able to register for fall SAT® administrations.

All students can register for the November or December administration at this time. Students who registered for (and didn’t cancel) the June SAT and current high school juniors and seniors with no previous SAT score can register now for the August, September, or October SAT before those test dates become available to your teen. If your teen prefers to register for the August, September, or October test dates, please check back for available seats starting at 8 p.m. ET on June 3.

For students who are eligible for a fee waiver, don’t forget to accept the benefits before registering.

Adding Capacity Throughout the Summer
Together with our members and local communities we’re working hard throughout the summer to add more test centers and available seats. We typically update our systems on Tuesdays and Thursdays by 12 noon ET, so keep checking to see if something new has opened in your area. We’ll also provide updates periodically via email and social media when we add new test center capacity. We may have limited capacity in certain areas due to public health restrictions, so if your teen can’t find a nearby test center with availability, be sure to check other dates.
Upcoming SAT Dates
August 29, 2020
September 26, 2020
October 3, 2020
November 7, 2020
December 5, 2020

Register Now

Supporting Students Through the Covid-19 Pandemic

Our top priorities are your teen’s health and safety. Please note that as the covid-19 pandemic continues to evolve, we will monitor the situation and will let you know if circumstances change closer to the test dates. We’ll regularly update our webpage with more information.

Many colleges have announced flexibility this year with their testing requirements. Be sure to check the websites of colleges your teen is interested in to get the most updated information on their policies and deadlines.

For any questions, please call Customer Service at 866-756-7346.


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