In response to the rapidly evolving situation around the coronavirus (COVID-19), College Board canceled May 2, 2020, Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) and SAT Subject Test administration. Students who already registered for May, whose March test centers were closed, or who do not receive March scores because of any irregularities will receive refunds.
As students are anxious about how the coronavirus crisis will affect their college application process, including taking the SAT, the authorities are committed to being flexible and innovative to give all students opportunities to test as soon as the situation allows. As of now, the following is arrangements are made:
- The next SAT is scheduled for the first weekend of June. The exam will be conducted as soon as the situation is feasible.
- The U.S. and international test administrations are now canceled. A special focus is kept on students with fee waivers and those with accommodations.
- If unfortunately, schools cannot reopen this fall, the authorities are pursuing innovative ways to ensure all students can still take the SAT this fall.
- All the necessary dates will be announced once the situation is under control.
Know how to Apply:
- Go to the official website of the College Board and create an account
- Fill the application form by providing all the necessary details
- Create a student profile by providing details about your high school, academics, extracurricular activities, college level, etc.
- Select test date and test centre
- Upload your photo with accurate specifications
- Pay the SAT fee of $49.50 ($64.50 with essay) through credit card or PayPal
The Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) is an international exam for admission into various undergraduate colleges in the United States of America. The SAT scores are also accepted by colleges in India, Australia, The United Kingdom, Singapore, and Canada. SAT is administered by Educational Testing Services worldwide on behalf of the College Board in over 25,000 test centers across 192 countries. SAT exam is meant to evaluate the written, verbal and mathematical skills of the candidates.
Full List of Exams Cancelled or Postponed Due to Coronavirus
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