SAT® Test

The SAT® is a globally recognized undergraduate admission test that lets you show colleges how well you have learned and can apply knowledge in areas key to academic success: reading, writing and language, and math. All U.S. colleges and universities accept SAT results during the admissions process.

SAT tests are held on fixed dates. Plan to register early as test centers sometimes fill, and allow yourself time to re-test if you are not satisfied with your results.

SAT is a registered trademark of the College Board, used under license.

The SAT is a three-hour, paper-based test, primarily involving multiple-choice questions.

Scores will be provided online and mailed to the institutions you requested when you registered. Note that if you need a paper score report for your own use you need to request it when you register. Amideast is not involved with score issuance; for questions on missing scores or to request additional score reports, please contact the College Board.

For details on current pricing, dates, and deadlines, and to register, visit the College Board SAT site.

SAT is a registered trademark of the College Board, used under license.

 

SAT tests dates are available on the College Board website.  On the College Board site, you can also complete your registration online.  Register now on the College Board site.  Be sure the name you use when you register matches exactly with your photo identification.

SAT is a registered trademark of the College Board, used under license.

SAT testing for the 2021 - 2022 school year begins with the August 28, 2021 SAT administration. If you want to take the SAT, you must register online.

  • Below are the test dates for the coming year.

SAT International Testing Dates (2021-2022)

 

Test Type

Saturday

Sunday

 

SAT

28-Aug-21

29-Aug-21

 

SAT

2-Oct-21

3-Oct-21

 

SAT

4-Dec-21

5-Dec-21

 

SAT

12-Mar-22

13-Mar-22

 

SAT

7-May-22

8-May-22

 

All information and details, including registration procedures can be found at: www.collegeboard.org.

Below are useful links to help test takers register online:

 

The SAT® is a globally recognized undergraduate admission test that lets you show colleges how well you have learned and can apply knowledge in areas key to academic success: reading, writing and language, and math. All U.S. colleges and universities accept SAT results during the admissions process.

SAT tests are held on fixed dates. Plan to register early as test centers sometimes fill, and allow yourself time to re-test if you are not satisfied with your results.

SAT is a registered trademark of the College Board, used under license.

The SAT is a three-hour, paper-based test, primarily involving multiple-choice questions.

Scores will be provided online and mailed to the institutions you requested when you registered. Note that if you need a paper score report for your own use you need to request it when you register. Amideast is not involved with score issuance; for questions on missing scores or to request additional score reports, please contact the College Board.

For details on current pricing, dates, and deadlines, and to register, visit the College Board SAT site.

SAT is a registered trademark of the College Board, used under license.

 

SAT tests dates are available on the College Board website.  On the College Board site, you can also complete your registration online.  Register now on the College Board site.  Be sure the name you use when you register matches exactly with your photo identification.

SAT is a registered trademark of the College Board, used under license.

SAT testing for the 2021 - 2022 school year begins with the August 28, 2021 SAT administration. If you want to take the SAT, you must register online.

  • Below are the test dates for the coming year.

SAT International Testing Dates (2021-2022)

 

Test Type

Saturday

Sunday

 

SAT

28-Aug-21

29-Aug-21

 

SAT

2-Oct-21

3-Oct-21

 

SAT

4-Dec-21

5-Dec-21

 

SAT

12-Mar-22

13-Mar-22

 

SAT

7-May-22

8-May-22

 

All information and details, including registration procedures can be found at: www.collegeboard.org.

Below are useful links to help test takers register online:

 

Click here to register now