All SATs Canceled Until June: What it Means to You

Trish Sammer Updated on March 16, 2020

The College Board has just announced that all SAT testing has been canceled until June 6th. So if you were planning on taking the test on March 14th or May 2nd, you'll need to make alternate plans. 

Here's what you need to know.

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Can you makeup the test?

The College Board is attempting to reschedule testing dates to accommodate all the impacted students. 

In the meantime, you can attempt to sign up for the June 6th testing date. Registration closes May 8th  but be aware that spots for this date will fill up quickly, so be sure to sign up ASAP. Remember that if your preferred testing location is full, you can select alternate testing centers. Learn more here

Do you have to pay again?

The College Board says it will refund all registration fees to students who were unable to take the test. 

To register for a new date, you'll need to repeat the signup process, including paying the fee.

Who to contact with questions

Your first source of information should be your school guidance counselor. If you have specific questions about your registration or your College Board account, you can contact them using the info below. Note that response times may be longer than normal due to the unusual amount of closures. 

Student contact info
Email: sat@info.collegeboard.org
Phone (domestic): 866-756-7346
Phone (international): +1-212-713-7789

Customer Service hours are 8 a.m.–9 p.m. ET, Monday–Friday.

See also: 9 Simple Mistakes that Can Raise the Cost of College

 

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Trish Sammer

Trish Sammer is Nitro's managing editor. Her work has appeared in Woman’s Day, Redbook, Huffington Post, TechCrunch, and Forbes. She has also written for various corporate clients, including the tech giant SAP, The Franklin Institute, and PSE&G. When Trish isn’t busy acting as a writing ninja for other people, you can find her … well, writing about other stuff, like divorce and blended family life. She lives outside of Philadelphia with her husband, their combined brood, and the world’s laziest dog. Read more by Trish Sammer

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