The SAT is a widely used admission test for colleges in the US and Canada. It is created and owned by the College Board, a non-profit organization in the US. The SAT measures the literacy, numeracy and writing skills needed for success in college
Why take SAT?
The SAT is a required exam for students applying to undergraduate schools in the US and Canada. It measures literacy, numeracy, and writing skills necessary for success in college. Students who want to pursue an undergraduate degree, especially in the US and Canada, must take the SAT. Some schools also offer scholarships based on SAT scores.
Must have a valid passport.
Date and Frequency The SAT exam is held 6 times a year Center and Admit Card The SAT exam is offered multiple times throughout the year across 30 cities in India. Admit hall ticket must be downloaded and brought by the candidate on test date.
Result SAT scores for any test date during the school year are almost always available 2–4 weeks after you take the test. You’ll get an email when your SAT scores are available online. If you don’t have an online account, you’ll be sent a paper score report.
Score Reporting You can send your Official Score Report to up to four programs for free that you select at the test center prior to the start of your SAT exam. The College Board sends your SAT scores to your chosen colleges within 10 days of when you receive all your SAT scores.
Score Validity 5 Years
SAT General Training
– Essay (Optional)
– Writing and Language test
SAT Subject Test
Registration Fees USD 98.5
Rescheduling Fees USD 30
Test Center Change Fees USD 30
Late Fee USD 15
SAT Exam Registration Process
Sign in to your free College Board account.
Fill in your profile details
Decide whether to sign up for the SAT with Essay
Upload a photo that meets very specific photo requirements
Check out, and print your admission ticket
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