SAT Testing: What You Need to Know Virginia Beach VA

If you are considering some of the more selective colleges and universities, you may need to take SAT Subject Tests as well, in October, November, and/or a date or two in the spring. Some colleges require two or three SAT Subject Tests in addition to the SAT for admission.

Bryant and Stratton College - Virginia Beach, VA
(757) 499-7900
301 Centre Pointe Drive
Virginia Beach, VA
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ITT Technical Institute - Norfolk, VA
(757) 466-1260
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Old Dominion University
(757) 683-3000
108 Rollins Hall
Norfolk, VA
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Hampton University
Hampton, VA
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5555 Greenwich Rd
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(757) 361-3900
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Chesapeake, VA

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Norfolk State University
(757) 823-8600
700 Park Avenue
Norfolk, VA
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SAT Testing: What You Need to Know

SAT Testing: What You Need to Know

By Howard and Matthew Greene

The SAT is one of the two most common and important standardized tests that college applicants need to consider. Most juniors will take the SAT for the first time in March or May. Others will wait until the fall of their senior year.

If you are considering some of the more selective colleges and universities, you may need to take SAT Subject Tests as well, in October, November, and/or a date or two in the spring. Some colleges require two or three SAT Subject Tests in addition to the SAT for admission.

Nearly as many students nationwide now take the ACT as well. 

Make a date for SAT testing
We recommend that juniors give serious thought to taking the SAT at least once in the spring. We don’t suggest that sophomores attempt it, or that juniors should feel rushed to take the SAT in the fall or winter.

Every time you take the SAT or an SAT Subject Test, the score will appear on your score report that gets sent to colleges during the fall of senior year. You need not, and probably should not, send your SAT scores anywhere during junior spring. Unless you cancel the scores from a test you have taken by the Wednesday following the exam, the score will be part of your permanent record. 

What admission officers are looking for
We anticipate that most of the selective colleges that previously required or strongly recommended the old SAT II Writing test (which has been discontinued) w...

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