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Register for the June SAT or SAT Subject Tests by May 11 to avoid late fees.
Second new SAT test day
Regular registration deadline for June SAT
You’ll get an email May 10 when March SAT scores are online. Learn more about getting scores.
Learn what to bring, what to leave at home, and which calculators you can use.
Put pencil to paper with these official practice tests for the new SAT and simulate test day.
Make sure your test center is open, and learn about makeup testing.
With 20 tests in 5 subjects, you have options — and a chance to show colleges what you’re great at.
Find out what kinds of questions you’ll see on the new SAT and what the test measures.
Get ready for the new SAT with our free and official practice app, practice tests, and sample questions.
Get lists of acceptable IDs and approved calculators, find out what you should and shouldn’t bring on test day, and read about test security.
Find out about new SAT test dates, testing for free, photo ID requirements, college SAT Essay policies, and more.
Take the mystery out of SAT scores, find out what new scoring means to you, and get details on how the SAT Essay is scored.
Learn about fee waivers, electronic scores, and resources that can help you help your students.
Learn about the redesigned SAT and how to use it at your college.
Get the facts about the new SAT and find out what’s changed.
All U.S. colleges accept SAT scores because they are strong predictors of college success.
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