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2023-2024 SAT Test Dates

Are you a high school junior or senior looking for SAT test dates?

We have you covered! Below you will find all of the official College Board SAT tests dates for the 2023-2024 academic year:

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October Test Date

  • October 7, 2023
  • Registration Deadline: September 7, 2023
  • Deadline for changes, cancellations and late registration: September 26, 2023
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November Test Date

  • November 4, 2023
  • Registration Deadline: October 5, 2023
  • Deadline for changes, cancellations and late registration:  October 24, 2023
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December Test Date

  • December 2, 2023
  • Registration Deadline: November 2, 2023
  • Deadline for changes, cancellations and late registration: November 21, 2023
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March Test Date

  • March 9, 2024
  • Registration Deadline: February 23, 2024
  • Deadline for changes, cancellations and late registration: February 27, 2024
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May Test Date

  • May 4, 2024
  • Registration Deadline: April 19, 2024
  • Deadline for changes, cancellations and late registration: April 23, 2024
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June Test Date

  • June 1, 2024
  • Registration Deadline: May 16, 2024
  • Deadline for changes, cancellations and late registration: May 21, 2024
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SAT test cost

The normal cost of the SAT is $60. Fee waivers are available for students to help mitigate these costs. Keep in mind that registering late, canceling your test, or changing your testing location may also incur an additional fee. Be sure to register enough in advance to avoid any late fees and apply for a fee waiver

SAT study resources

If you are preparing to take the SAT, there is a lot of work to be done. Our guides can help you to choose the best tutor, decide which test to prioritize, and understand your PSAT results. Once you’ve got your standardized tests under your belt, don’t forget to search for scholarships to reduce the cost of college. And check out our guide for choosing a college to find the right match for you! Below we’ve listed just a few more helpful links to check out! 

SAT Test Day Checklist

These are all of the things that you need to bring with you on the big day, per the College Board website.



  • A watch (with no audible alarm)
  • Extra batteries and backup equipment
  • A drink and/or snacks
  • Eat breakfast before you arrive

Do NOT bring:

  • Any device that can record, transmit, receive, or play back audio, photographic, text, or video content
  • Laptops
  • Phones
  • Highlighters
  • Protractors
  • Dictionaries
  • Cameras
  • Timers

Next Steps

Next Steps

  • It’s always a good idea to look at the SAT test dates at the start of each school year to find one that will work best for you
  • Once you know when you’d like to take the SAT, you should look into getting a fee waiver
  • After you are officially registered for your test, it’s time to get your game plan for studying in order
  • The last and most important part of the process is to do your very best on this test. If you sign up on time and study hard, you should be more than prepared!
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Frequently asked questions about the SAT

How early should you take the SAT?

The majority of high school students opt to take the SAT during the fall or spring of their junior year. However, if you are planning to apply to any colleges early, then you may want to plan on taking it sooner rather than later. You should discuss your college plans with your parents/caretakers and your high school counselor to hear when they think the best time for you to take the test is.

How many times can I take the SAT?

Students can take the SAT as many times as they would like. However, it’s important to remember that each time you take the SAT costs money and quite a bit of your time. It is recommended that you take the SAT at least twice, as many students end up scoring better on their second attempt.

Is tenth grade too early to take the SAT?

While tenth grade is not too early to take the SAT, you should see what your school’s policies are about students and the SAT. Many schools require their tenth graders to take the PSAT. The PSAT, also known at the practice or preliminary SAT, is a great way to prepare for the SAT. So, before spending your own money on an exam, speak with a guidance counselor about your school’s policies.