SAT® Test Dates 2019-2020

  • NOVEMBER 2ND

    Registration Deadline

    Regular: October 3rd

    Late: October 15th (by mail) or 22nd (online)

    Multiple Choice Scores Available:                                         November 15

    Essay Score Available: November 18 -20                                            

    SAT® scores release date

  • DECEMBER 7TH

    Registration Deadline

    Regular: November 8th

    Late: November 19th (by mail) or 26th (online)

    Multiple Choice Scores Available:                                                December 20

    Essay Score Available: December 23-25                                         

    SAT® scores release date

  • MARCH 4TH, 2020

    (School SAT® administration date)

    Registration Deadline

    Regular: Check with your school

    Late: Check with your school

    Multiple Choice Scores Available:                                                March 26th

    Essay Score Available:                                                   March 30 to April 1st

    SAT® scores release date

  • MARCH 14TH, 2020

    Registration Deadline

    Regular: February 13th

    Late:Feb 25th (by mail) or March 3rd  (online)

     

    Multiple Choice Scores Available:                                  March 27th

    Essay Score Available: March 30 to April 1st

    SAT® scores release date

  • MARCH 25TH,2020

    (School SAT® Administration date)

    Registration Deadline

    Regular: Check with your school

    Late: Check with your school

    Multiple Choice Scores Available:                                             April 16th

    Essay Score Available: March 20-22

    SAT® scores release date

  • APRIL 14TH , 2020

    (School SAT® Administration date)

    Registration Deadline

    Regular: Check with your school

    Late: Check with your school

    Multiple Choice Scores Available:                                            May 6th

    Essay Score Available: May 8-12

    SAT® scores release date

  • APRIL 28TH, 2020

    (School SAT® Administration date)

    Registration Deadline

    Regular: Check with your school

    Late: Check with your school

    Multiple Choice Scores Available:                                           May 20th

    Essay Score Available: May 22-26

    SAT® scores release date

  • MAY 2ND, 2020

    Registration Deadline

    Regular: April 3rd

    Late: April 14th (by mail) or 21st (online)

    Multiple Choice Scores Available:                                           May 15th

    Essay Score Available: May 18-20

    SAT® scores release date

  • JUNE 6TH,2020

    (School SAT® Administration date)

    Registration Deadline

    Regular: May 8th, 2020

    Late: May 19th (by mail) or 27th (online)

    Multiple Choice Scores Available: July 15th

    Essay Score Available: July 15th

    SAT® scores release date

SAT® score release dates
Most SAT scores are released by College Board two weeks after testing. June is an exception because the scores take up to six weeks. 
SAT® Time and Duration
Arrive by 7:45 am because the doors will close at 8 am. The exam starts between 8:30 am and 9:00 am. You can register for the exam with or without the essay portion. If you are taking the exam without an essay, you will be testing for 3 hours; therefore you will end around noon. If you are taking the exam with an essay, you will be testing for 3 hours and 50 minutes; therefore your exam will end around 1pm. You get one 10 minute break and one 5 minute break, during which you can eat and drink.
How Much does SAT cost?
The registration fee for the SAT exam without the essay is $49.50. The registration fee for the SAT with the essay is $64.50. You may qualify for a reduced fee of $8 if you are taking the SAT without essay, or $15 fee for SAT with essay based on income. Check with your school counselor to find out if you are eligible for an SAT fee waiver that allows you to take the SAT test for free.
What is a School SAT Test Administration date?
Your school may offer SAT testing to you on a weekday for your convenience. Contact your school for more information.
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Steps to take to prepare for SAT®

  • Check SAT® requirements for the University of your choice.

  • Take a practice test to assess your competency.

  • Schedule your test and give yourself time to study.

  • Plan: Make a study schedule and stick to it.

  • Obtain your SAT® study guide and formula sheets.

  • Study your notes and memorize formulas.

  • Take a lot of practice tests to master concepts.

  • Take the SAT® and get a good score.

What to do The day before the SAT® exam

Get organized for the next day

Pack your SAT® ticket, graphing calculator, wristwatch, Identification card, pencils, erasers, and formula sheets ready to go. Be organized and ready to prevent anxiety about forgetting important documents.

Review notes & SAT® formulas

Check to make sure you have memorized your formulas. Ensure that you know when and how to use each formula. If possible, maximize your learning by reviewing SAT® formulas with friends. You can learn from each other.

Relax

Take breaks. Remember that you want your brain ready for the test, but not overworked. If you are feeling anxious; exercise, meditate, and/or chat with friends.

Eat well

Make sure to include protein in your well-balanced meal to boost mental clarity and concentration. Drink lots of fluids to stay hydrated. Get snacks ready for the next day. You can eat during exam breaks.

Set your alarm

Set your alarm for the next day. Consider the drive or commute time to the testing center. Plan to get there at least 30 minutes early to be safe.

Sleep early

Sleep early to give your brain rest. An exhausted brain will struggle to comprehend information.

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