Register for one or more of the January SAT Subject Tests by Dec. 21 to avoid a late fee.
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Make sure your test center is open, and learn about makeup testing.
Sign in to send your scores. You have until nine days after test day to send four free score reports.
Try your hand at free practice questions for any subject.
What are the SAT Subject Tests and how can they help you on your path to college? Find out.
See what each one of the 20 tests covers and how to prepare — and get free practice resources.
See guidelines for registering online or by mail, and get details on test dates, fees, and policies.
Everything you need to bring on test day — and what you need to leave at home — is right here.
Learn when and how you’ll get your scores, and what they mean.
Explore resources for K–12 educators and higher education professionals.
Learn about the SAT, PSAT/NMSQT, PSAT 10, and PSAT 8/9 on the SAT Suite of Assessments site.