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Monday, February 13, 2017

SAT 2017 Online Application Form and Exam Dates with Centers

SAT Online Application Form

Foreign Universities is going to conduct the Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) for those candidates who want to take admission to Under Graduate Courses. The exam is every year conducted by the College Board for six times in the month of October, November, December, January, May, and June at different centres of examination all over India. Interested candidates may apply fill the form through online mode or b mail.

Those candidates who are willing to apply in SAT entrance examination should go through the all necessary details like educational qualification, application fee, selection procedure, how to apply etc are listed below.

Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) Notification:
·         Name of Exam: Scholastic Assessment Test
·         Conducting Authority: College Board USA
·         Courses of Admission: UG Courses

Educational Qualification:
Students should have completed 12th Standard with good academic records from well recognized Board that is Central Board of Secondary Education.

Registration Fee:

Registration Type
Registration Fees

Late registration
+ $28
Phone registration
+ $15
Waitlist registration
+ $46
Test change
+ $28
Score report
+ $11.25

Mode of Payment:
·         Credit Card
·         Cheque Payments
·         Bank Drafts
·         International Money Order or MO via Post
·         Coupons via postal or UNESCO Coupon system is also considerable for making your payment

The New SAT Scoring:

Type of Score
Score Range

Total Score
  • The sum of the two Section scores–Math score + Evidence-Based Reading & Writing score
  • The Essay score will be reported separately and is not a part of the Total Score
Section Score
There are two Section scores – one for Math and one for Evidence-Based Reading & Writing
The Essay score is scored separately and not included in either Section score
The Essay will have three scores – Reading, Writing, and Analysis, each scored between 2 and 8.
Test Score
There are five Test scores – Math, Reading, Writing & Language, History/Social Studies, and Science
Two of the Test scores – History/Social Studies and Science – are “Cross-Test Scores”. These scores will reflect how students per- form on specific questions tied to these subjects as seen in both the Math and Evidence-Based Reading & Writing sections.
There are seven Subscores:
  • Two tied to Reading, Writing & Language
  • Two tied to Writing & Language only
  • Three tied to Math

The Reading, Writing & Language Subscores will reflect how students perform on specific questions tied to Command of Evidence and Relevant Words in Context concepts
The Writing & Language Subscores will reflect how students perform on specific questions tied to Expression of Ideas and Standard English Conventions concepts
The Math Subscores will reflect how students perform on specific questions tied to The Heart of Algebra, Passport to Advanced Math, and Problem Solving and Data Analysis concepts

How to register for SAT 2017 Application Form:

By mail:
·         Go for  USEFI offices or from College Board website.
·         Fill the form with all asked details, attach the demand draft and use the envelope provided with the form to mail these to the below stated address:

College Board SAT Program
Princeton, NJ 08541,

Online Registration:
·         Fill up the SAT Online Application Form and mention your credit card number. This is the most convenient way to register for SAT.
·         Select your test date and test center.
·         Receive immediate registration confirmation.
·         Get 24-hour access to your registration for printing or correcting your Admission Ticket.
·         Press on "Yes" to Student Search Service

Important dates:

Registration form start from
Available Now
Last date for submission
Exam date
Official Notification
Online Application Form