SAT (SCHOLASTIC ASSESSMENT TEST)
Register online with a credit card at: www.collegeboard.org
The SAT test fee is $ 94
The SAT with essay test fee is $106
Late registration is available for online registration for a fee of $28
|Test Dates||Regular Registration Deadline||Late Registration Deadline|
|01 October, 2016||01 September, 2016||20 September, 2016|
|05 November, 2016||07 October, 2016||25 October, 2016|
|03 December, 2016||03 November, 2016||22 November, 2016|
|21 January 2017||21 December, 2016||10 January, 2017|
|06 May, 2017||07 April, 2017||25 April, 2017|
|03 June, 2017||09 May, 2017||24 May, 2017|
Please note that the new SAT scores would now be released six-weeks after the test administration.
See your SAT results’ release date here https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat/scores/getting-scores
What Is SAT I?
The General SAT Test is a globally recognized college admission test that lets you show colleges what you know and how well you can apply that knowledge. It tests your knowledge of reading, writing and math — subjects that are taught every day in high school classrooms. Most students take the SAT during their junior or senior year of high school, and almost all colleges and universities use the SAT to make admission decisions.
The Redesigned SAT consists of two parts:
- Evidence-Based Reading and Writing (EBRW)
One of the biggest changes of the redesigned SAT is the essay, and specifically that the essay is now optional. This means that you can choose whether or not you want to write the Essay based on your school SAT requirements.
In addition, your essay score will not be calculated towards your final numerical SAT score results; instead, it will be reported separately. It will receive three scores between 2 and 8: one score for Reading, one for Analysis, and one for Writing. A 2 is the lowest score for any category, while 8 is the highest.
Test usually lasts for 3 hours (+50 minute optional essay), with the scoring of 400-1600.
|Evidence-Based Reading||52||65 min.||200-800|
|Writing & language||44||35 min.||200-800|
What is SAT II Subject Test?
SAT Subject Tests are chosen by students in order to show their achievement in specific subject areas where they excel. Subject tests give students opportunity to differentiate in the college admission processes.
Subject tests include the following tests:
- US history
- World History
- Mathematics level I & II
- Languages (with Listening): French, German, Spanish, Modern Hebrew, Italian, Latin, Chinese and Japanese.
How to Register for the SAT Examination?
Go to SAT homepage
- And you get to the page where you can click the button “Register”
- Next, you will see test dates page, where you choose “International Test Dates.”
- Then, on “International SAT Registration” page, choose relevant test dates and click “Register now” button
- On the next “Register now” page you are required to fill in the questionnaire providing the following information:
- Full name
- Date of birth
- High school education background
- Mailing address
- Next in questionnaire you need to provide information about yourself: your parents, other languages you speak, HS GPA, subjects and majors, your citizenship, preferred colleges to attend, your high school courses, your activities and sports.
- Next, you will choose your test and date and your test Center. For testing in Turkmenistan select AMER CTR-ACCELS (48 A GEROGLY STREET, 2ND FLOOR, ASHGABAT, TURKMENISTAN).
- On the next page, you need to upload your photo.
- Online payment will be the last stage of the registration requesting you to use your Bankcard.
The General SAT test is offered at least seven times a year in the U.S. and six times a year internationally. It is offered in October, November, December, January, March (U.S. only; SAT only), May and June.
How much does it cost?
The SAT cost will be counted from the two things: test fees and Additional Fees by Region*
|Test||Fee||*International Reg.fee||Total cost|
|SAT with essay||$57||$49.00||$106|
How to send your results of SAT?
During the SAT registration procedure you can list up to 4 universities and/or colleges (FREE OF CHARGE) as score recipients by entering their codes.
If you choose to send more than four or to send scores outside the registration time period, you will be charged $12 per score send.
Score Choice gives you the option to choose which scores (by test date for the SAT and by individual test for SAT Subject Tests™) you send to colleges — in accordance with an institution’s stated score-use practice.
If you decide not to use Score Choice, all of your scores will be sent to your recipients.*
*You should still feel comfortable sending all scores, since most colleges consider a student’s best score.
What is the difference between the ACT and SAT?
The ACT is an achievement test, measuring what a student has learned in school. The SAT is more of an aptitude test, testing reasoning and verbal abilities.
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