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Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)

SAT I: Reasoning Test

The SAT Reasoning Test includes 4 multiple-choice sections and, if you take the essay version, a one 50 minute essay. The SAT measures writing, critical reading and mathematic abilities that develop over time. Many colleges require SAT scores for admission. The fee for this test is $45 and $57 with the Essay.

Please visit the SAT web site at for more information.

Sat II: Subject Tests

The SAT subject tests are one-hour, primarily multiple choice tests that measure your knowledge of particular subjects and your ability to apply that knowledge. Please check out the SAT II Registration bulletin to know more about the SAT subject tests and the test dates.  The fee per subject is $26.

Please visit the SAT web site at for more information.

Practice Prep Tests

Visit Test Resource for practice tests.

Register for the SAT

Register Online: Register online at

Register by Phone: If you are a high school student who has registered for an SAT Program test before, you can reregister by telephone. Please see a registration bulletin or the web site for more information.

Register by Mail: A SAT I or SAT II Registration bulletin may be ordered for free at Send the completed application form in the envelope provided in the Registration bulletin. Mail registration must be postmarked by the deadline date.