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FAQs

How much does it cost to take the SAT exam?

The fee for attempting the SAT in India is $96.50 for without the optional Essay and $113.50 with the Essay – both inclusive of International Fee of $49. If you change your SAT date or Center, an additional $29 is charged.

 

Can I take the SAT as many times as I want? or is there a limit?

Students can take the SAT as many times as they want, however, recommended is twice or thrice.

Can I cancel my SAT scores?

“Yes. If you feel you didn’t do well on the SAT you can cancel the test. In the test center, you can ask the test co-ordinator for a request to cancel the test scores form, complete it, sign and return the form to the test coordinator. If you want to cancel the test after leaving the test center, download the request to cancel the test scores form from the college board site. The completed form should be sent to the address given on the college board site. The form should not be submitted through phone or e-mail. Refer the link for more details, https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat/scores/canceling-scores”

How much high school math do I need before I can start preparing for the SAT?

“Most of the topics in the SAT Math are covered in class 9 or 10. A few topics would be new for the student which can be learnt in our SAT course.”

What is the procedure to register for the SAT?

Steps to register for the SAT:

1. Sign in to your free College Board account. If you do not have an account on the College Board, create a new account.
2. Provide your full, legal name and other identifying information. Make sure it’s the exact same name and information shown on your photo ID.
3. Decide if you want to answer other questions about yourself. This takes time, but it’s worth it if you want colleges and scholarship organizations to find you. Learn why you should opt in to Student Search Service®.
4. Upload a photo that meets very specific photo requirements.
5. Check out by making the payment and print your Admission Ticket.

What is the right time to prepare for the SAT?

For Indian students, the ideal time to start the SAT preparation would be after 10th-grade board exams. Students will be a little free for at least the next three months after completing the 10th exams before they get packed with 11th and 12th-grade school tasks. Most of the topics tested in the SAT are covered in the 10th class, so it is neither too early nor too late. Students will also get time for 2nd or 3rd attempt if required.