Description:https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat/register/dates-deadlines SAT I: Scholastic Assessment Test I The Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) is a measure of the critical thinking students need for academic success in college. The SAT focuses on the knowledge, skills, and understandings that research has identified as most important for college and career readiness and success. Each section of the SAT is scored on a scale of 200-800, and the optional writing section will contain three sub scores on a scale of 2 to 8. The SAT is typically taken by high school Juniors and Seniors. It is administered seven times a year in the United States. Many competitive colleges and universities require the SAT for admission. When to take SAT I: Juniors usually take this test in May or June of Junior year. Seniors usually take the test again in October or November of Senior year. Registration packers are in the College Career Resource Center of the School Counseling Office. Registration packets are to be mailed to the College Board. COLLEGE BOARD January 19, 2021 College Board Will No Longer Offer SAT Subject Test or SAT with Essay As students and colleges adapt to new realities and changes to the college admissions process, College Board is making sure our programs adapt with them. We’re making some changes to reduce demands on students. We are no longer offering SAT Subject Tests™ in the U.S. Because SAT Subject Tests are used internationally for a wider variety of purposes, we’ll provide two more administrations, in May and June of 2021, for international students. Students currently registered for an upcoming Subject Test in the U.S. will automatically have their registration canceled and fees refunded. Students who are currently registered for, or plan to register for, an upcoming Subject Test outside the U.S. can still test through the June 2021 administration. Students who no longer want to take Subject Tests can contact Customer Service to cancel and receive a refund. We’ve reached out to our member colleges and they’ll decide whether and how to consider students’ Subject Test scores. Students should check colleges’ websites for the most up-to-date information on their application policies. We will also discontinue the optional SAT Essay after the June 2021 administration. Students who are currently registered, or plan to register, for an upcoming SAT with Essay will still be able to test through the June 2021 administration. Students who prefer to cancel the optional Essay portion of their SAT can do so in their online account, with no change fees, until the registration deadline. After June 2021, the Essay will only be available in states where it’s required as part of SAT School Day administrations. Students scheduled to take the SAT on a school day should check with their school about whether the Essay will be included. Writing remains essential to college readiness and the SAT will continue to measure writing and editing skills, but there are other ways for students to demonstrate their mastery of essay writing, and the SAT will continue to measure writing throughout the test. The tasks on the SAT Reading and Writing and Language sections are among the most effective and predictive parts of the SAT. Please note that online registration is preferred and can be submitted at www.collegeboard.org.
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