Sign in to your account and print your Admission Ticket: you’ll need it on test day.
Make sure your test center is open, and learn about makeup testing.
If you have a disability and want to test with accommodations, make a request to the College Board at least seven weeks before test day. Find out how.
Find out how to register, which documents you need, and how to take the SAT for free if you’re eligible.
Learn about important rules for students under 13 and students in eighth grade and below.
You must present a government-issued ID with a recognizable photo. You can’t use a student ID.
You can request Sunday testing if you’re unable to test on Saturday for religious reasons.
If you live at least 75 miles from the closest test center, you can request a new one.
It might not be too late. If you missed the registration deadline, try to get a spot on the waitlist.
Low-income 11th- and 12th-graders may be eligible to take the SAT for free — and apply free to four colleges.
Show colleges your strengths in math, science, English, history, and languages.
Students with disabilities: Learn about testing accommodations.
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