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You should register as soon as you can. Do not wait

If you are remotely interested in getting your SAT score on time for your college admissions, you should register a test slot as soon as you can. It is not uncommon to find that the test centers have run out of test seats even before the registration deadline.

To book your seat, visit collegeboard.org, create an account, select your preferred test date and test centre, and complete the payment. The entire process should take about 15 to 20 minutes.

Test DateRegistration DeadlineDeadline for Changes
August 28, 2021July 30, 2021August 17, 2021
October 2, 2021September 3, 2021September 21, 2021
December 4, 2021November 4, 2021November 23, 2021
March 12, 2022February 11, 2022March 1, 2022
May 7, 2022April 8, 2022April 26, 2022

Based on our experience, if the registration at the test center of your choice is full, you can try choosing the “Let us find you a test center” option at the registration portal. Usually, College Board would get back to you in 7-10 days with the seat availability.

If that doesn’t work, your last resort would be writing in to College Board to inform them that seats have run out more than 2 months prior to the deadline (Will this actually work? Well, it’s definitely worth trying).

Got a slot? Great! Now it's time to prepare for the test!

Almost all candidates are juggling multiple commitments such as school, co-curricular activities and the SAT. Hence, it is crucial to have a study plan.

Here’s our recommendation for your lead up to your SAT test date.

First 4 – 8 weeks:

  • Attend SAT classes, learn the necessary SAT concepts and techniques.
  • Attempt SAT practice tests/questions to find out where your weaknesses are. Focus on accuracy rather than speed. The goal here is to figure out what your weak areas may be and tackle them systematically.
  • Consistently practice 10-20 questions a day. Keep a detailed error log and review mistakes at the end of each week.
  • Go through your common mistakes with your SAT trainer and clear any doubts you may have.
  • Repeat the earlier steps and keep working on your weak areas.

Last 4 weeks:

  • You should have a strong SAT foundation by now – the focus will now be on time management and speed. Start doing timed practices, at least once every other day.
  • Do at least one full length SAT practice test each week. Time management aside, this builds up the stamina you require to sit through the SAT test.
  • Don’t worry about running out of SAT practice tests – we have more than 20 SAT practice tests on PUP for you to do!

All the best with your SAT preparation. Feel free to approach your SAT trainer for any support you require!

Ace The SAT With Our Weekend Course!

With the last few test dates to take the SAT this year coming to a close (October 3rd, December 4th), here are all the upcoming SAT courses to help you complete the entire SAT syllabus within 4 weekends! Attend over 20 hours of Concept Classes covering fundamental SAT concepts & attempt practice tests to reinforce the skills taught.

SAT Weekend Group Course Schedule - January 2nd, 2022

SAT Weekend Group Course Schedule – January 2nd, 2022

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8 Concept Classes (3h) 24 hours worth of concept classes Learn all the fundamental concepts to build up their foundation Gain a better understanding on how to apply the reading,…
SAT Weekend Group Course Schedule - February 5th, 2022

SAT Weekend Group Course Schedule – February 5th, 2022

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8 Concept Classes (3h) 24 hours worth of concept classes Learn all the fundamental concepts to build up their foundation Gain a better understanding on how to apply the reading,…

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