The College Board's most recognized offering, the SAT, measures critical thinking, reasoning, and writing skills that students develop over time, both in and out of school, which are related to successful performance in college. The SAT measures how well students apply what they have learned in school to analyze and solve problems as they would in college. SAT scores are intended to supplement the secondary school record and help admission officers put local data -- such as course work, grades, and class rank -- in a national perspective.
To register by mail for the SAT or SAT II, you need a Registration Bulletin which is available at your high school counselor's office or at the FLC Testing Center. The Registration Form and return envelope are included in the Registration Bulletin. Your completed registration form must be returned in the envelope provided with proper payment.
The Registration Bulletin contains test dates, registration deadlines, fees, instructions, test center codes, and other registration-related information. If you need more detailed information or a complete list of test centers ask your school counselor or librarian for the School Reference Copy of the Registration Bulletin.
It is best to register online for the SAT or SAT II, go to www.collegeboard.com.
To prepare for the exam, go to www.collegeboard.com and select "Prepare for the SAT", from there, select SAT Preparation Center to try exercises where you can learn about question types and their answers, as well as approaches for test day.
National Exam Schedule
Students should report to the lower level of Noble Hall (lobby area of room 130) no later than 7:45 a.m. for testing. Individual room assignments will be given at check-in. Students need to present their admission ticket and a current photo ID.
Stand-by options changed. For current information go to: http://sat.collegeboard.com/home as soon as possible to determine if a stand-by option is available.