For those who check the College Board website often, you’ve probably noticed that the SAT registration is now open for August 2022-June 2023 test dates! Here is a quick guide on when the SAT tests are happening, the deadlines for signing up, and what you should do (depending on your graduation year).
2022-2023 SAT Test Dates
According to the College Board website, the SAT test dates and deadlines are shown below. You can register for all of these dates now.
|SAT Test Date||Registration Deadline||Last Day for Late Registrations & Changes (extra fees apply)|
|August 27, 2022||July 29, 2022||August 16, 2022|
|October 1, 2022||September 2, 2022||September 20, 2022|
|November 5, 2022||October 7, 2022||October 25, 2022|
|December 3, 2022||November 3, 2022||November 22, 2022|
|March 11, 2023||February 10, 2023||February 28, 2023|
|May 6, 2023||April 7, 2023||April 25, 2023|
|June 3, 2023||May 4, 2023||May 23, 2023|
Insight Advice for Rising Seniors (Class of 2023)
If you haven’t been able to take the SAT or the ACT at all, you are not alone. Many schools have extended their test-optional policy to the Class of 2023, and you can find out what your top-choice college decides to do in our Test-Optional Colleges HERE. If you are planning to take the SAT, you should start preparing now. Learn how to maximize your score during the summer with our guide on How to Prepare for the ACT or the SAT this Summer.
For Class of 2023 who want to apply for Early Action or Early Decision, you need to take your SAT by October 1, 2022. If you are applying for Regular Decision, you should take your SAT by December 3, 2022.
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Insight Advice for Rising Juniors (Class of 2024)
Typically, we see juniors take their SATs once in the fall once and once in the spring (usually after a spring break study crunch). If you already have a score you are happy with, congratulations, you won’t have to worry about the new digital SAT. However, you will get to experience it first-hand as PSAT in October 2023.
By preparing for the SAT now, you are giving yourself time to get a head start on your college admissions process next year. This can significantly lower your stress level (and tasks) for your summer after junior year!
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Insight Advice for Rising Sophomores (Class of 2025)
It may seem too early for you to even think about the SAT or the ACT. But it’s not! While these standardized tests are designed to challenge your English and Math abilities, their structures, formats, and timing are very different. With the new digital SAT on the way, you may want to take the SAT early to utilize all the resources that are available to help you get ready for the current SAT.
If you have already taken Algebra 2, which covers polynomials, trignometry, exponentials, you can start your SAT test prep! The best way to decide if you should take the SAT or the ACT is to take diagnostic tests for both. Taking both diagnostic tests can help you decide which test you are more comfortable with. You may like the SAT better because it allows for more time per question, or you may be an ACT person if you prefer to always have access to a calculator. Once you’ve figured out your style, you can focus on preparing for that!
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