LATEST SAT EXAM UPDATES

1) What’s happening to the SAT due to coronavirus?

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, spring and summer 2020 SAT administrations were canceled. To make up for lost opportunities to test, CollegeBoard administered exams in August, September, October, November, and December. There have been no alterations to the 2021 SAT testing schedule at this point.

2) Can I still take the SAT Essay and SAT Subject Tests?

The SAT Essay and SAT Subject Tests are both being permanently eliminated. The last SAT Essay administration will be as part of the June 2021 SAT. There will be no more administrations of SAT Subject Tests inside the United States, and the last Subject Test administration for students outside the United States will be in May/June 2021.

3) when is the next sat?

Check the SAT testing calendar for the next SAT test date. If you registered for a testing date that was canceled, you will receive communications from the CollegeBoard about any test center closures.

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4) Will the SAT be given online?

No plans have been announced for online testing, but students who are planning on taking the SAT in 2021 should check for updates.

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