Many schools now offer SAT School Day, which lets you take the SAT at your school on a weekday.
SAT School Day is administered on the following test dates. Please contact your principal or counselor to find out if your school is participating.
2020-21 SAT School Day Test Dates
|Test Date||Score Release Date|
|September 23, 2020||October 15, 2020|
|October 14, 2020||November 4, 2020|
|October 27, 2020 (Makeup) (formerly October 28)||November 19, 2020|
|March 3, 2021||March 28, 2021|
|March 24, 2021||April 18, 2021|
|April 13, 2021||May 8, 2021|
|April 27, 2021||May 22, 2021|
What You Should Know
- Students don't register for SAT School Day through the College Board. Schools and districts choose whether to offer it and determine if there are fees students need to pay.
- SAT School Day is only available to U.S. schools.
- Low-income students participating in SAT School Day are eligible for the same benefits as students who use fee waivers for weekend administrations.
- We recommend students take the SAT at least twice to give themselves the best chance of standing out to colleges. View our weekend SAT dates.
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How to Get Ready for SAT School Day
Confirm your school’s test date with your counselor. Then once you've signed up with your school, take these steps:
- Sign up for free practice on Khan Academy®. Official SAT Practice on Khan Academy gives you an individualized study plan that helps you focus on the areas you need to practice the most. It includes thousands of practice questions with instant feedback, video lessons, and eight full-length practice tests.
- Create a College Board account. You'll need a College Board account to view your SAT scores when they're ready. You can also use it to search for colleges and build a college list.
- Decide where to send your scores. On test day, you can choose the colleges, universities, or scholarship programs to send your four free score reports. Make sure you’re ready with your list. The SAT is accepted by all U.S. colleges.