SAT is a standardized test, typically taken by the students, who are studying 12thgrade or undergraduate program as its score helps to secure admissions in the top abroad universities for their higher studies. SAT tests the candidate’s ability writing in English, critical thinking, and mathematics which are essential for their higher education.
SAT score is accepted by most of the popular international destinations like Australia, Canada, the USA, and the UK. It is conducted by the College Board which organizes the SAT test 5 times a year.
[Read More: Learn To Manage Your Time While You Attempt SAT Math]
|SAT Digital Test Date 2024
|SAT Registration Deadline
|Deadline for Changes, and Regular Cancellation
|October 7, 2024
|September 8, 2024
|September 26, 2024
|November 4, 2024
|October 6, 2024
|October 24, 2024
|December 2, 2024
|November 3, 2024
|November 21, 2024
|March 9, 2025
|May 4, 2025
|June 1, 2025
And the anticipated test dates for the SAT exam in 2024-2025 academic years are not yet released by College board. We will update the dates once released
SAT test is one of the expensive exams for abroad education. So scheduling the test only when you are confident is the best practice. Also, make sure to take the test in advance instead of waiting till the last minute of the deadline. Here are some factors to consider while choosing your SAT exam date,
There is no particular limit to the number of attempts one can have in the SAT test. You must, however, pay the registration cost each time you want to do it. The validity of your SAT Score is five years, and there is no limit on how many times a candidate can take the SAT Exam. As a result, a candidate can begin as early as possible and appear as many times as he or she want.
Yes. The SAT test dates can be changed or postponed for free if you decided to postpone your test, before 5 days of the exam date. And, the rescheduling fee for the SAT test is $30, if you need to reschedule after the deadline.
Get a FREE consultation & profile assessment at nearest branch now!