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Become a Test Center

SAT test centers help students take that important first step on the road to college success. By becoming a test center, you will not only help connect motivated students to the SAT, SAT Subject Tests, and associated college planning resources, but you will also expose more students overall to the opportunities of higher education.

Inquire about becoming an SAT test center by providing your information below. Please expect a response from ETS 6–8 weeks after applying. New test centers can open registration for approved administrations once the school/location completes the setup process.

Institution Information

Note: A six-digit, Level II CEEB code (also referred to as a College Board school code) is required to become a test center. If your school does not have a Level II CEEB code, you can contact ETS Code Control at codecontrol@ets.org or +1 609-771-7091.

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(If outside the US, enter "00000")
Your Information
Administration Preferences
Which administration(s) would you like to host? *
Capacity
excluding SAT School Day Administrations
Testing History
Is this an SAT School Day location? *
Was this location an SAT test center previously? *
Please list the names and distance of the test centers that currently serve your institution’s enrolled students in your area.
Test Center 1
Test Center 2
Test Center 3
Does this location currently administer a nationally recognized standardized test or a US university admission test? *
If location is a high school, does it currently offer the College Board programs listed below?
PSAT 8/9
PSAT 10
PSAT/NMSQT
AP
Additional Information
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