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Frequently Asked Questions about the New SAT

The changes to the SAT coming in spring of 2016 prompt numerous questions. Below, we’ve gathered some of the most common ones, along with our answers. Read through the below, and always feel free to contact us directly so we can answer your questions. How do I know which test I should take? Though your…

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Navigating the New SAT

The SAT is changing in March 2016, and there are numerous questions surrounding the change – most notably what to expect, and how will these changes affect my child? At StudyPoint, our expert curriculum team has been hard at work updating the programs we offer your family, along with making sure our personalized curriculum is…

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Upcoming SAT Dates 2015

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Learn More About SAT TutoringWondering when your child can take the SAT? The charts below provide detailed information about the SAT test dates, regular and late registration deadlines, and online score release dates.

The SAT is offered seven Saturdays per year, and regular registration deadlines are usually about 3-4 weeks before a test date. For those students who cannot test on Saturdays because of religious observance, Sunday administrations are typically offered the Sunday after each Saturday administration.

2014-2015 SAT Test Dates & Registration Deadlines

Test Date Registration Deadline Late Registration Deadline Online Score Release
January 24, 2015 December 29, 2015 January 13, 2015 February 12, 2015
March 14, 2015 February 13, 2015 March 3, 2015 April 2, 2015
May 2, 2015 April 6, 2015 April 21, 2015 May 21, 2015
June 6, 2015 May 8, 2015 May 27, 2015 June 25, 2015

Note: The dates provided in these charts are based on information released by the College Board and previous SAT test dates. In some cases, the information provided has not yet been confirmed by the College Board. Visit www.collegeboard.com for the most up-to-date published information.

Related Topics

  • Wondering how to register your child for the SAT? Visit our SAT Registration page for specific details.
  • StudyPoint recommends that students wait until after the test date to send their scores to colleges. Visit our Sending SAT Scores page to learn more about the SAT’s Score Choice policy.
  • SAT or ACT? Find out which test is more popular in your state.

StudyPoint is a national leader in one-to-one, in-home test prep and academic tutoring. The test-taking techniques and strategies taught in our SAT tutoring and ACT tutoring programs enable students to earn higher test scores and gain admissions to competitive colleges and universities. Our expert subject tutors and personalized lesson plans help students earn better grades and become happier, more confident students. Whether you’re looking for a math tutor or any other type of academic tutoring, StudyPoint can help. To learn about tutoring programs in your area, feel free to contact us for more information.

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Junior Year ACT Testing Timeline

While there is no perfect schedule, our experiences with thousands of students have led us to develop clear recommendations for your child’s testing calendar over the next six months. The following schedule is what we counsel our clients to follow. Having said this, your child’s personal or academic needs may dictate an alternate timeline. If…

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Junior Year SAT Testing Timeline

While there is no perfect schedule, our experiences with thousands of students have led us to develop clear recommendations for your child’s testing calendar over the next six months. The following schedule is what we counsel our clients to follow. Having said this, your child’s personal or academic needs may dictate an alternate timeline. If…

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The Common App – Submit a Winning Common Application

For over 400 colleges and universities around the country, the Common Application (informally known as the “Common App”) is now a required part of the undergraduate admissions portfolio. This is a benefit to both the applicant and the institutions to which they apply because it saves the student time (which is always appreciated during junior…

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SAT Test Schedule 2014:
StudyPoint’s Recommended Spring SAT Testing Timeline

Below you will find StudyPoint’s recommended SAT testing timeline for the winter and spring of junior year. The calendar does recommend that your child takes both the SAT and ACT with optional recommendations depending upon whether or not your child will be taking SAT Subject Tests.  We suggest that you print the timeline, highlight the…

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ACT Test Schedule 2013:
StudyPoint’s Recommended Spring ACT Test Timeline

Below you will find StudyPoint’s recommended ACT testing timeline for the winter and spring of junior year. We recommend that your child takes both the SAT and ACT with optional recommendations depending upon whether or not your child will be taking SAT Subject Tests. We suggest that you print the timeline, highlight the dates that…

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Early Action Vs. Early Decision

If your child already knows which college he or she wants to attend, applying early may be a good idea. According to collegeboard.com, students who apply early may have a better chance of acceptance than regular-decision applicants. An early application demonstrates strong interest, and admissions officers want students in their schools who want to be…

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National Merit Scores: NMS Qualifying Scores by State, Class of 2016

Your child’s junior-year PSAT is not only an excellent opportunity to practice for the SAT—it also allows your child the chance to qualify for a National Merit Scholarship. Students will take the PSAT in October of their junior year. The following April, approximately 50,000 juniors with the highest PSAT/NMSQT Selection Index scores (or total PSAT…

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