ACT Dates and Registration InformationFebruary 23, 2022
Is Online Tutoring a Good Option for Your Child?March 7, 2022
Test Dates and Registration Deadlines
|Test Date||Regular Registration Deadline*|
|Aug 26, 2023†||July 28, 2023|
|October 7, 2023†||September 8, 2023|
|November 4, 2023†||October 5, 2023|
|December 2, 2023†||November 2, 2023|
|March 9, 2024‡||February 23, 2024|
|May 4, 2024‡||April 19, 2024|
|June 1, 2024‡||May 17, 2024|
‡New digital SAT
SAT Registration Tips
We strongly recommend completing your SAT registration as soon as you’re certain about the test date. That way you’ll have a better chance of getting your preferred testing center. Find more info and register here.
When choosing a test date, consider what other obligations your child will have around that time. For example, they may not want to take the test close to finals, vacation, or important extra-curricular events. You also want to make sure they have enough time to prep for the SAT!
The December test will be the final administration of the current version of the SAT. Beginning in March, the new digital SAT will be the only version offered. Learn more about the digital SAT here!
Talk with your child’s guidance counselor as early as possible about securing accommodations (such as extended time or or assistive technology). You’ll need to apply for accommodations before you complete the SAT registration. While you can request accommodations on your own, it’s much more efficient to have a school official submit your accommodations request and supporting documentation. Don’t wait until the last minute to take care of this since it can take up to seven weeks to be approved! The SAT website has pages of helpful info about accommodations.
We offer several options for taking a practice SAT, including proctored tests. A practice test will give your child a look at the format and types of questions, as well as a feel for the timing. You don’t want the real SAT to be their first experience with this important exam!