Registration for SAT :
There are three methods of registration for the SAT:
Online: The quickest method to register for the test is the online method. However to pay the registration fee online, one should have a credit card which could be any of the following:
Visa, MasterCard, Discover, JCB or American Express
For online registration of SAT, go to the site of College Board. A link for the same has been provided here:
However, you cannot register online if:
- You are registering for the first time for Sunday testing.
- You are testing in Kenya, Nigeria, Benin, Togo, or Ghana.
- You are younger than 13 years old at the time of registration (applies primarily to Talent Search).
- You are registering for School-based ELPT.
Mail: Registration by mail is available for anyone, and necessary if you require special testing arrangements. Payment can be made by check, money order, or credit card.
To order the registration bulletin free of cost, log on to the following website: www.ipem.org
The bulletin contains the registration form and the return envelope apart from information related to test dates, registration deadlines, fees, instructions, test center codes, etc. Your completed registration form must be returned in the envelope provided with proper payment.
Phone: You can re-register by phone if you wish to register for the SAT or SAT Subject Test again.
Please note that you cannot register for the SAT by phone the first time you register.
The additional fee for telephone re-registration is $10. Credit card is required, the same as in Online registration.
- Using a fee waiver for payment
- Requesting testing closer to home
- Testing in Kenya
- Taking the school-based ELPT™ in April
SAT Test Centres in INDIA:
Ahmedabad Ahmedabad Intl Sch
Reporting The Score :
College Board has the provision of reporting your SAT scores to a maximum of four universities of your choice, the cost of which is built into the SAT fee you pay. You have to mention the universities to which you want to send the scores in the SAT application form. This implies that even before taking the SAT, you need to do some homework on which universities you’re finally going to apply, based on the score that you expect to attain. For reporting to each additional university, the College Board charges you $6.50 (approx. Rs. 280), payable by an international credit card or a dollar denominated draft.
You may use almost any four-function, scientific, or graphing calculator on the SAT I and Math Level IC, and Math Level IIC Subject Tests. You are not permitted to use
- Hand-held minicomputers or laptop computers Requesting testing closer to home
- Electronic writing pads or pen-input devices
- Pocket organizers (PDAs)
- Calculators with QWERTY (typewriter-like) keypads
- Calculators with paper tape
- Calculators that "talk" or make unusual noises
- Calculators that require an electrical outlet