SAT for Parents

  • SAT for Parents

    The SAT Test is one of the primary college admissions assessment both regionally and nationwide.  The test is designed to assess a student's ability to problem solve within the curriculum. Combined with a student's academic record, it can be a good indicator of a student's potential success in college.

    The SAT test has been redesigned - the newest version was first administered in March 2016. To find out more about the differences, click here.

    The redesigned SAT is organized into three parts: Reading, Writing and Language, and Math. There is also an optional essay. 

    The SAT is offered seven times a year. Students are encouraged to test as needed to obtain a score that will serve them best in college admissions. Students should be aware of the general range of scores the school of their choice asks for in conjunction with the SAT.

    What are the benefits of taking the SAT? Click here to find out!

    Click here for test administration dates and registration information.