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When Is the Next SAT Test Date?

Posted by Allen Cheng | Oct 13, 2019 12:00:00 PM

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Here's a guide on when the next SAT test is happening and deadlines for signing up.

At this moment, the next SAT test date is November 2, 2019.

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The next SAT registration deadline is October 4, 2019. The late deadline, with extra fees, is October 16, 2019 for mailed registrations and October 23, 2019 for phone or online registration.

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Scores for the next SAT test will be released November 15, 2019.

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As co-founder and head of product design at PrepScholar, Allen has guided thousands of students to success in SAT/ACT prep and college admissions. He's committed to providing the highest quality resources to help you succeed. Allen graduated from Harvard University summa cum laude and earned two perfect scores on the SAT (1600 in 2004, and 2400 in 2014) and a perfect score on the ACT. You can also find Allen on his personal website, Shortform, or the Shortform blog.



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