Are you planning to take the SAT in 2019 or 2020? Do you know when to register? Has anyone told you exactly what you can expect on test day? Are you as prepared as you can be?
So. Many. Questions.
I know prepping for the SAT can seem like a lot; I get it. But fear not, test-taking Padawan—we’ll walk you through what you need to know.
First things first. The College Board has released the 2019 and 2020 SAT test dates! (You’re going want to jot these down.)
- August 24, 2019
- October 5, 2019
- November 2, 2019
- December 7, 2019
- May 2, 2020
- June 6, 2020
- August 29, 2020
- October 3, 2020
- November 7, 2020
- December 5, 2020
(Oh, and FYI, while these dates are currently listed on the College Board website, they are subject to change. Check back as your chosen test date grows closer to ensure that the schedule remains the same as listed above.)
You may be asking . . .
“So when should I register?”
That’s a great question. You definitely don’t want to wait until the last minute. Generally speaking, students need to apply about a month before the test date to take the test on the day of their choice. However, late registration is accepted until about two weeks before the test.
“Btw, where is my test site?”
Yeah, I guess we should cover that too ─ that’s pretty important information!! Thankfully, the College Board website has a handy feature to help you find SAT testing centers in or near your city. Be sure to register with your chosen testing center as soon as possible to ensure that there are no unforeseen complications on the day of your test.
“One last thing: How do I get ready?”
You’re going to want to give yourself about three months of study time before taking the SAT. But don’t try to study alone. If you want to hit your dream score – a score you can send to your dream school! — UWorld can help you get there. Preparing to take the SAT takes time, planning and motivation.
- You need to be aware of the testing dates and prepare your paperwork ahead of time so you are able to take the SAT on your chosen test date.
- You’ll need to find great practice questions to identify any weak areas you may have and focus on these in order to earn a high score.
- You’ll also need to make sure you’re ready to answer questions not only accurately but quickly as all SAT sections have a limited time for completion.
Your hard work is sure to pay off in the long run as a good SAT score can not only enable you to get into the college or university of your choice but also provide scholarship opportunities that will help you save tens of thousands of dollars on tuition and/or living expenses.
If you’re preparing to take the SAT in 2019 or 2020, visit UWorld and see why they are the test prep resource you need. Their challenging practice questions, detailed explanations, and easy-to-understand performance tracking will have you prepped and ready to hit your target score on test day. There are two kind of test takers, prepared and unprepared . . . which one will you be?