SAT Test Dates 2018 - College Board® conducts one of the most popular entrance tests in the USA, SAT® and in accordance to SAT 2018 test dates, SAT (Reasoning) is internationally conducted four times a year; while Subject SAT test is conducted five times a year. However, in the US, SAT is conducted seven times round-the-year. The SAT Test 2018 is administered internationally in the months of October, December, March, May, and June (SAT Subject test). The SAT Test Dates 2018 for the US candidates are scheduled in the months of May, June, August, October, November, December and March. The test dates of SAT 2018 usually fall on weekends, especially on Saturdays. As SAT is primarily attempted for admission to undergraduate programmes in the USA, SAT test dates 2018 vary for the US and other international countries. Moreover, the SAT test conducting body, College Board releases the SAT 2018 test dates for both SAT Subject test and the SAT reasoning test (with or without essay) together. Careers360, in this article, brings to aspirants, all the required information related to the SAT test dates 2018.
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SAT 2018 Subject test is held for 20 selected subjects, which includes Maths, Literature, Languages, Biology E/M, Chemistry and World History, U.S. History among the other academic subjects.
SAT 2017-18 International Dates and Deadlines (Outside the US)
Date of SAT Test
Early Registration Deadline via Representative
Expected Result Dates
May 5, 2018
March 21, 2018
April 6, 2018
May 18–24, 2018: Multiple-choice scores be available online during this window.
By May 29, 2018: SAT Essay scores become available.
October 6, 2018
August 22, 2018
September 7, 2018
October 19: Multiple-choice scores followed by October 21 - SAT Essay scores
October 19: SAT (without essay)- Online and paper score reports will be available.
December 1, 2018
October 17, 2018
November 2, 2018
December 14: Multiple-choice scores followed by December 16 SAT Essay scores
December 14: SAT (without essay) Online and paper score reports will be available.
March 9, 2019
January 23, 2019
February 8, 2019
March 22, 2019: Multiple-choice scores followed by March 24, 2018, SAT Essay scores
March 22, 2019: SAT (without essay) Online and paper score reports will be available.
May 4, 2019
March 20, 2019
April 5, 2019
May 17, 2019: Multiple-choice scores followed by May 19, 2019, SAT Essay scores
May 17, 2019: SAT (without essay) Online and paper score reports will be available.
SAT Test Dates 2018-19 (Within the US)
Date of SAT test
SAT Subject Tests Availability
Late Registration Deadline
April 17, 2018 (mail registrations)
April 25, 2018 (registrations made online or by phone)
May 18–24, 2018-Multiple-choice scores be available online during this window.
By May 29, 2018-SAT Essay scores become available.
Jun 2, 2018
May 3, 2018
May 15, 2018 (mail registrations)
May 23, 2018 (registrations made online or by phone)
July 11: Multiple-choice and SAT Essay scores be available online.
SAT (without essay)- July 11: Online and paper score reports become available.
August 25, 2018
July 27, 2018
August 7, 2018 (mail registrations)
August 15, 2018 (registrations online or by phone)
September 7: Multiple-choice scores followed by September 9 - SAT Essay scores
SAT (without essay)- September 7, 2018: Online and paper score reports will be available.
September 18, 2018 (mail registrations)
September 26, 2018 (registrations online or by phone)
November 3, 2018
October 5, 2018
October 16, 2018 (mail registrations)
October 24, 2018 (registrations online or by phone)
November 16: Multiple-choice scores followed by October 21 - SAT Essay scores
November 16: SAT (without essay)- Online and paper score reports will be available.
November 13, 2018 (mail registrations)
November 20, 2018 (registrations online or by phone)
February 19, 2019 (mail registrations)
February 27, 2019 (registrations online or by phone)
March 22, 2019: Multiple-choice scores followed by March 24, 2018 SAT Essay scores
April 16, 2019 (mail registrations)
April 24, 2019 (registrations online or by phone)
May 17, 2019: Multiple-choice scores followed by May 19, 2019 SAT Essay scores
June 1, 2019
May 3, 2019
May 14, 2019 (mail registrations)
May 22, 2019 (registrations online or by phone)
July 10, 2019: Multiple-choice scores followed by July 14, 2019 SAT Essay scores
July 10, 2019: SAT (without essay) Online and paper score reports will be available.
Points to Remember: SAT Test Dates 2018 for international candidates:
The international application/registration deadlines apply to anyone who is applying from outside the US and other US states.
For the international testing module, no late registration fee is levied on candidates, which denotes that online and telephone registrations must be completed by the first deadlines mentioned in the table above.
Deadlines get expired sharp at 11:59 pm Eastern Time, the U.S before the respective test days.
Aspirants can choose to fill the online SAT registration form. In order to apply for SAT exam, prospective test takers should create a ‘My College Board’ web account through which they can have access and manage their SAT test dates 2018, schedules and test centres of SAT 2018.
SAT Test Centres
Once candidates have registered for the SAT, the following step is to check for a suitable SAT test centre 2018. While selecting the test date, they must first confirm whether a test centre is available on the chosen date. The test centre details can be checked once the aspirant selects the country from where he would appear for the SAT test.
Since March 2016, the SAT test pattern has undergone an alteration. According to the new SAT exam pattern, the test will be scored on a total of 1600 while the Evidence-Based Reading/Writing and Math sections will each be scored on a 200 to 800 point scale. Although there is no change in the SAT test dates 2018, the duration of the test is now three hours, with an additional 50 minutes for the Essay writing, which is optional. The new SAT test pattern has five components.
Evidence-Based Reading and Writing
Writing and Language Test
SAT is a globally recognised entrance test taken for undergraduate admission in the United States. It evaluates a candidate’s knowledge in Reading, Writing and Quantitative aptitude, and also other academic subjects. The test is based on subjects taught in high school programs and there are no eligibility criteria for attempting the SAT test. Since it is taken for admission in colleges, students are advised to take the test when they are in junior or senior high school. In India, that would be equivalent to 11 and 12 standards.
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Both the SAT and the MAT exams that you have taken are strictly percentile based.
Applicants appeared for the exams would have got more percentile that yours and that would be the reason for your rejection.
However you can take the exam in the next session and try scoring a percentile of more than 85 which may be a better chance to get qualified.
Best of luck.
The main and the biggest difference is that General SAT tests for the general Knowledge and critical reasoning while SAT subject test your knowledge in specific areas say: biology, math etc.
Also, General SAT is around 3 hours paper whereas, SAT subject is a 1 hour paper. General SAT is offered for around 7 times a year and SAT Subject is offered for like 6 times a year that too, depending on the subject (date wise).
There are two test for SAT Biology- Biology (E) and Biology (M), you cannot take both of them on the same date. (E) stands for Ecological and (M) for Molecular. The syllabus topics are as follows:
1. Cellular and Molecular Biology- 15%(E) and 27%(M)
2. Ecology - 23%(E) and 13%(M)
3. Genetics - 15%(E) and 20%(M)
4. Organismal Biology- 25%(E) and 25%(M)
5. Evolution and Diversity - 22%(E) 15%(M
*Consider these figures to be approximate and cross check before finalizing.
No iit or nit can not accepts sat.
Because the majority of students are selects here through jee not by their talents. Even if the pattern of jee is changed then also it is not similar as sat.
Hope it helps you.
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