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FAQ#15 About American SAT & ACT

Q: When should I register for the SAT?

Q: When should I register for the SAT?

A: We suggest that you sign up for the SAT when you are comfortable with the test and have completed all assignments related to your course. In other words, don’t plan to take the SAT directly after the course is over, in the event that you need more time to practice. However, we do NOT suggest waiting more than 60 days after the course to take the SAT.

The deadline to actually register for an SAT exam is usually four to five weeks before the test date. The SAT is offered seven times a year in the following months: January, March, May, June, October, November, and December. Students should carefully consider factors like the availability of the test date, the length of time it will take to fully prepare for the exam, and the deadlines of the colleges they will apply to when constructing their overall college admission timeline.

Schedule the exam:

After the course has completed (but not immediately after to allow for extra study time)
Before 60 days from the end of the course (so information is still fresh)
Registration deadline is usually 4-5 weeks prior to the test
Only 4 SAT exams each year: March, May, October, December
Consider college deadlines, preparation times, and test date availability before scheduling

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