College Board SAT Test Dates





Official Info for SAT Test Dates

SAT is designed, organized and administered by the College Board. SAT is administered to admit students who qualify into the undergraduate programs of various colleges located in the USA. Since it is totally organized by the College Board which is a non-profit organization, you can get any authentic information pertaining to SAT on the official SAT website of the College Board.

Test Dates at the College Board Official SAT Website

You can visit the official SAT website of the College Board at the link: http://sat.collegeboard.org/home.


The following are some of the services that you can avail from the College Board official SAT website:

  • The College Board SAT test dates will be put on display for the students at the official website of the SAT.

  • You can know the regular registration deadlines and the late registration deadlines for any particular test date.

  • You can also find all the information regarding the availability of the test centers in which you wish to take the test on a particular test date.

  • You can know all about SAT, its test content and structure, the types of questions asked, syllabus etc.

  • You can register for the SAT Reasoning Test as well as the SAT Subject Tests right from the official website of the SAT which is a more secure and fast way for registering for SAT.

Official Info for SAT Test Dates

The SAT test dates for the academic year 2011-2012 have been officially released by the College Board. You can find the College Board SAT test dateson the official website of SAT.The College Board administers SAT seven times a year in the USA and six times a year in all other testing locations worldwide. The College Board SAT test dates usually start in the month of October every year and end in June of the following year. The months in which the College Board SAT test dates typically fall are October, November, December, January, March (April in the alternating years), May and June. In all the testing locations other than those in USA, the College Board SAT test dates that fall in the month of March (or April in the alternating years) are absent. To register for the College Board SAT test dates, you may sign up with the official website of the SAT or you can follow the other registration procedures like by mail or by phone.

Let us now have a look at the College Board SAT test dates for the year 2011-2012.


College Board SAT Test Date

Test Availability

Registration Date

Late Registration Closes (By Phone or by Mail)

Oct 1, 2011

SAT and Subject Tests

Sept 9, 2011

Sept 21, 2011

Nov 5, 2011

SAT and Subject Tests

Oct 7, 2011

Oct 21, 2011

Dec 3, 2011

SAT and Subject Tests

Nov 8, 2011

Nov 20, 2011

Jan 28, 2012

SAT and Subject Tests

Dec 30, 2011

Jan 13, 2012

March 10, 2012

SAT Reasoning Test (only in USA)

Feb 10, 2012

Feb 24, 2012

May 5, 2012

SAT and Subject Tests

April 6, 2012

April 20, 2012

June 2, 2012

SAT and Subject Tests

May 8, 2012

May 22, 2012


The above table depicts clearly the College Board SAT test dates for the academic year 2011-2012. You can observe that one of the College Board SAT test dates (October 5, 2011) for this year has already been expired and the registration for the November 5, 2011 test date has expired. You can know more about the test instructions and other details at the following link:http://sat.collegeboard.org/register/sat-dates




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