The Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)

The SAT Program offers two reliable, objective standardized tests.  The SAT is administered seven times a year while the SAT Subject test is offered six times a year.  It is used by colleges and universities to measure the critical thinking skills needed for college success.(Collegebord 2013). 

The SAT measures critical reading, mathematical reasoning and writing skills and Subject Tests measure knowledge and skills in five major subject area.  The SAT Subject Test covers English, history,mathematics, science and foreign languages (Collegeboard 2013).

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On your scheduled test day you should prepare to arrive at the center 7:30am. Testing begins at 8:00am and will end approximately 12:30pm. The following is a list of what you should and should not bring to the test center:

What to Bring What NOT to Bring

Admission Ticket

Cell phone, pager, electronics or cell phone calculator

Acceptable photo identifcation

Timer or watch with audible alarm or separate timers

No. 2 pencils and soft eraser

Electronic writing pad or pen, stylus, e,g., Palm, PDA

Acceptable calculator (graphing and scientific)

Calculator that has a QWERTY keyboard.

Watch (without audible alarm)

IPods, MP3 players, laptops, notebooks



Test preparation material is available to help you become more familiar with the tests. Some of the material available is software, videos and books. A list of these products is maintained by the College Board. You may visit the College Board's web site:

The 2020-2021 calendar of test dates are:




May 2, 2020 April 3, 2020 April 14, 2020 (online or by phone)
June 6, 2020 May 8, 2020 May 19, 2020 (online or by phone)

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How to Contact The SAT
Telephone 609-771-7600

There may be times examinations are cancelled due to inclement weather or other emergencies. In such cases, please visit our welcome page or you may call 973-720-2570.