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  • How to Send SAT Scores

    Use Forethought and Strategy to Send SAT Scores The College Board allows students to send scores for free to four colleges when they register for an SAT and up to 9 days after students take that particular test. This is a useful and cost-effective way to send scores to colleges, and many colleges take advance […]

  • How to Reschedule the SAT

    In an ideal world, everything would always go according to plan. Roads would never be closed. Traffic would always flow perfectly. Accidents, injuries, sicknesses—they wouldn’t happen. Unfortunately, the unexpected does happen. Things go wrong. We miss a bus. We get snowed in. We get sick. We over-sleep. You name it. We’re human, right? But what […]

  • How To Get a Fee Waiver for the SAT

    Life is expensive. You’re probably starting to feel it as you begin the process of applying for college. Most colleges have application fees. Then you have the testing fees. If you take the SAT, the expenses can really add up. It starts with the general SAT cost. But you may need to add the essay […]

  • How To Check SAT Scores

    You got through your big day. Sometimes it feels like those three letters—S-A-T—are all you’ve thought about for months. You dreamed about filling in bubbles and sharpening number two pencils. You’ve had nightmares of bringing a calculator to the no calculator math section. You’ve studied, you’ve done your reading, you’ve stressed, you’ve meditated on and […]

  • How To Cancel Your SAT Test

    Are you considering cancelling your SAT test? If so, you should carefully consider if cancelling is your best option. (After all, you’ve probably already spent a lot of time studying.) The College Board, the organization behind the SAT, understands that unexpected things happen. With large numbers of students converging upon testing centers throughout the testing […]

  • How to Calculate SAT Score

    Want to calculate your score on an SAT practice test? Or are you looking at your official score report and wondering what the numbers actually mean? Here are five easy steps to help you master the mysteries of SAT scoring.  

  • How Much Does the SAT Cost?

    It’s Saturday. High school students across the country converge upon college and high school campuses geared-up with number 2 pencils, scientific calculators, and healthy snacks.I know you are dying to join them. You’ve already sharpened your yellow Number 2s. But first, you need to register. And you’re wondering—how much does the SAT cost? How Much […]

  • How Many Times Can You Take the SAT?

    First, the facts: you’re technically allowed to take the SAT as many times as you choose. You can take the SAT in childhood, in fact, and many kids who are applying to talent search programs do so. This a safe choice because your SAT record is erased once you start 9th grade. Once high school […]

  • How Many Passages Are In The SAT Reading

    The SAT Reading is a 65 minute test that always includes 52 questions. Those 52 questions cover 5 different reading passages, one of which is usually a double passage, which calls for the comparison of two shorter, related passages. According to the College Board, “The Reading Test always includes: One passage from a classic or […]

  • How Long is the SAT?

    It doesn’t matter how prepared you are or how much you love bubbling in answer sheets with a freshly sharpened number 2 pencil: the SAT is a long, exhausting test for everyone. Test Day: The Test Center’s Process for the SAT is Long and Involved You’ll need to arrive at the test center no later […]