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The SAT is a standardized test used for college admissions in the United States. The SAT is accepted by every college in the U.S. Students are not required to submit scores for both tests when applying to colleges, although some students may want to. The test is offered seven times a year by the College Board, a private testing company. In addition to the seven nationwide test dates, some school districts administer the test on their high school campuses during a regular school day. Students should contact their counselor for more information about “on campus” test dates. Students may take the SAT as many times as they would like and can either have their scores automatically sent to colleges of their choice or submit only the scores they wish to have considered (see College Board’s website for more information about the Score Choice feature). Students must sign up for the SAT themselves online. Neither test prep companies nor school counselors can register students for the test.
The SAT offers some special accommodations for students with disabilities. For information, please visit the College Board’s website or talk to your school counselor. Applications for accommodations must be submitted 4-6 weeks before the test date.
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