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The SAT is a standardized test administered by the College Board, widely used for Undergrad college admissions in the United States and many other countries to test student's college and career readiness.
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.
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.
SAT scores for any test date are almost always available 2–4 weeks after you take the test. If you take the SAT on a Saturday, your multiple-choice scores will be ready about two weeks later. And if you take the SAT with Essay, your essay score will be ready a few days after your scores for the multiple-choice portion of the SAT are posted.
The weight placed on SAT scores varies from school to school. Colleges and universities also consider high school grade point average and academic transcript, letters of recommendation, interviews, and personal essays when deciding on admissions. In addition, virtually all U.S. colleges and universities will accept ACT scores in lieu of SAT scores. For more specific information about the weight of your scores, contact the admissions offices of the schools to which you will apply.