Register for the October SAT or SAT Subject Tests by Sept. 1 to avoid a late fee.
Find out when you’ll get your SAT scores.
Learn what to bring on test day — and what to leave at home.
Know when to arrive, how many breaks to expect, and what rules to follow.
Make sure you bring an acceptable photo ID on test day or you won’t get into the test center.
Approved calculators are allowed for part of the Math Test. Find out which ones you can use.
Make sure your scores count: Using your phone or any prohibited device could result in your scores being canceled.
These policies are designed to keep test day fair.
Find out what kinds of questions you’ll see on the new SAT and what the test measures.
Show colleges your strengths in math, science, English, history, and languages.
Students with disabilities: Learn about testing accommodations.
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