Wondering when to take the SAT this year? You have a few options. There are a total of seven SAT test dates remaining in 2021.
2021 SAT Test Dates
Confirmed Test Dates
|Test Date||Registration Deadline||Late Registration|
|March 13||February 12||March 2|
|May 8||April 8||April 27|
|June 5||May 6||May 26|
Anticipated Test Dates
How to Sign Up for the SAT
Register for the SAT by visiting the ACT’s website and registering online through your College Board account. To register, you’ll need a headshot photo following specific guidelines.
Review the SAT website for more information about SAT registration.
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When Should I Take the SAT?
Because of test cancellations earlier this year, you’ll have top priority when registering for the SAT this fall. Register for the earliest available test date so you can submit your score in time to make college application deadlines.
Start studying now to be ready for fall tests. It takes about three months to properly prepare for the SAT.
With the additional test dates in place, your chances of getting a testing spot this fall just shot up. We recommend taking the test in December or the spring of your junior year. Testing at these times ensures you’ve learned enough in the classroom to take on the test but leaves plenty of time for retesting to boost your score.
Start studying now to be ready for fall tests. It takes about three months to properly prepare for the SAT. If you’re looking for self-paced, online study materials that take you from day one to test day, enroll in Olive Book’s SAT course. Learn more about why thousands of students are studying with us here.