Digital SAT® Registration And Test Dates
Know The Eligibility And Fees For 2024

The SAT® is a standardized aptitude test administered by the College Board® for high school students who intend to pursue undergraduate studies within the United States. If you are studying for the Digital SAT®, staying up to date on the test’s eligibility requirements and the upcoming SAT test dates will help you plan your test preparation. This guide will walk you through all the information you need to know about the new Digital SAT test dates, registration fees, cancellation, rescheduling, and more.

Digital SAT Registration & Test Dates For 2024

A common question students often ask is, "When can I register for the SAT?" To help, below is a table with the upcoming Digital SAT test dates for 2023 and 2024, registration deadlines, deadlines for changes, regular cancellations, and late registration. Remember to keep this table handy!

SAT Test Date Registration Deadline Regular Cancellation Deadline
Mar 9, 2024 Feb 23, 2024 Feb 27, 2024
May 4, 2024 Apr 19, 2024 Apr 23, 2024
June 1, 2024 May 16, 2024 May 21, 2024

The College Board has also set registration deadlines for international students who want to take the digital SAT in 2024. Check out the Digital SAT guide for international students to learn more.

2024 2025 2026
Aug 24, 2024 Mar 15, 2025 March 14, 2026
Oct 5, 2024 May 10, 2025 May 9, 2026
Nov 9, 2024 June 7, 2025 June 6, 2026
Dec 7, 2024 Aug 30, 2025 Aug 22, 2026
  Oct 4, 2025 Oct 3, 2026
Nov 8, 2025 Nov 7, 2026
Dec 6, 2025 Dec 5, 2026

Remember, the College Board reserves all rights to cancel or change test dates at their discretion. Don’t miss a date anymore with our updated SAT test date list!

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Digital SAT Test Registration

You can register for the Digital SAT online through the College Board's website. All you have to do is decide when and where you will take the test, and then register for that test date and center online.

“Make sure the details you provide, such as your complete name or residence, match exactly what is on the photo identification you present as verification.”
Note: It is important to remember the SAT registration deadlines so that you do not have to pay more for late registration.

How to register for the Digital SAT online?

The official College Board website is where you complete the SAT’s registration process. Before registering, make sure to have your photo and form for payment ready. The registration process takes about 30 minutes to complete. The website saves your registration process if you leave it incomplete midway, so you can always return and finish it later. To make it easier for you, we have put together a step-by-step guide on how to complete the 2023 SAT registration process:

1. Check Your Calendar

Ask your guidance counselor, or go online, to find out when the SAT is being offered. Pick a day that is good for you, but make sure you leave yourself plenty of time to prep for the test.

2. Set Up Your Account

To register for the SAT, you'll need to set up an account on the College Board® website. Make sure you register using your full legal name as shown on your photo ID, correct date of birth, address, and high school details.

3. Open Your Account Dashboard

Once you’ve set up your account, go to your dashboard and click on the “Register for the SAT” option.

4. Fill Out the Questionnaire

Enter your personal and parent’s information, school information, expected graduation date, and your location. At this point, you can also register for the Student Search Service.

5. Enter AP Score and College Details

Enter your AP course and score details, along with the details of any extracurricular that you want to have added. At this step you can also select your prospective college type, and your major of interest. Note that these details are optional.

6. Select your Test Date

Select your preferred SAT test date and center from the dropdown menu. Upon confirming your selection, you’ll have 20 minutes to complete the rest of the registration process.

7. Upload Your Photo

At this step, upload a recent photo of yourself. The photo must show your head and shoulders with your entire face clearly visible and square to the camera.

8. Choose your Device

Choose your test day device from the dropdown menu, and review your test information.

9. Pay Your Fees

You are required to pay a fee to complete the registration process. If you miss the registration deadline, which is a month before your test date, you will be charged an additional late fee.

How to reschedule your Digital SAT test date?

The College Board does not allow for rescheduling of the Digital SAT test dates once you register for them. If you need to change your test date, you must cancel your test registration and register for a new test. Cancellation charges are $25.

SAT Test Fees for 2024

The basic registration fee is $60. Some test takers may qualify for a fee waiver if they are eligible. There may be additional registration fees for the services listed below.

Service Fee
To change test center $25
To cancel registration before the deadline $25
To cancel registration after the deadline $35
Late registration $30

Score-related services

The College Board offers additional score-related services. To keep things hassle-free for you, we have listed these specific services and their associated fees in the table below:

Score-Related Services Fee
Additional score reports $14 per report
Unlimited free score reports with fee waiver
Rush Reports $31
Get scores by phone $15 per call
Archived scores $31
SAT question-and-answer service $16 (Fee waiver applicable)
SAT student answer service $16 (Free with fee waiver)
Hand score verification $55 (Fee reduction available)
Note: If you are taking the SAT test outside of the United States, learn about the international fees for SAT registration and more here.

Can I get a refund for my SAT registration fees?

You can get a full refund of your SAT registration fee if you cancel before or on test day, but there is a cancellation fee.

  • A complete refund will be issued in the same manner as the initial payment was made.
  • Refunds are processed after 6 weeks from the test date.
  • You can get a refund on the score report fees only if you are unable to take the test on test day.
  • If an order is canceled and hasn't been completed or sent out yet, any fees associated with the additional score report will be returned.
  • There is no way to get your money back for a rush score report.
  • If your order hasn't been fulfilled or you didn't take the test on the scheduled day, you will be reimbursed for the SAT Student Answer Service.

Who Is Eligible for the Digital SAT Test?

The College Board, which runs the SAT, has no specific eligibility requirements that applicants must meet before taking the test. Although there is no hard and fast rule on who can take the SAT, they must follow a few requirements beforehand.

Let's look at the SAT eligibility requirements you will need to know to take the test.

SAT Test Parameters Details
Eligibility No Fixed Criteria
Age Limit No minimum or maximum age limit
Educational Qualification No particular academic criteria
No. of attempts for the SAT No limit on the number of attempts a student can make on this test
ID Proof Government-issued driver's license or non-driver ID card or passport

Digital SAT Test Centers

You can find local test centers by visiting the SAT Test Center page. You can search for a test center by doing the following:

  • Select your testing country
  • Select the date you want to take the test from the drop-down menu.
  • Select the location you want to take the test.
  • Once you click the "find a test center" tab, you will see the results with a list of available test centers on your screen.

At UWorld, we believe that your SAT test day should be hassle-free to help you focus on your exam. Therefore, it is important to be aware of the rules and regulations you must follow when taking the SAT. Visit our page on Digital SAT Test Policies and Accommodations to stay up-to-date on the regulations and be better prepared for test day.

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Frequently Asked Questions

You can pay for your SAT registration fee in the following ways.
  • Credit card: American Express, Discover, Visa, MasterCard, Diners Club, and JCB.
  • PayPal Account: Create a PayPal account if you don’t already have one before registering. Ghana doesn’t support PayPal as a method of payment.
No, the fees for taking the SAT are not tax deductible.

If you cancel on or before the regular deadline (test date), you will get a full refund of your registration fee, but you will have to pay a $25 cancellation fee. Or if you cancel after the deadline, the cancellation fee will be $35.

Note: If you cancel your registration and then decide to take the test on that day, you must re-register.

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