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ACT/SAT testing schedule

Melody Hansford

Plan your college entrance exams with the official testing dates set by the College Board for the 2020-21 academic year. From August 29th, 2020, to June 5th, 2021, SAT options abound, while the ACT offers testing from September 12th, 2020, to July 17th, 2021. Be prepared for varying fees based on test type and registration timing, with flexibility for date changes and multiple attempts to achieve your desired score.

College Board has officially set the ACT/SAT testing schedule for the current 2020-21 school year.

The available testing dates for the SAT range from August 29th 2020 to June 5th 2021. Additionally, the available testing dates for the ACT range from September 12th 2020 to July 17th 2021.

The SAT without any essay will have a $52 dollar fee, and the SAT with an essay will have a $68 fee. In addition, the ACT without a writing portion will have a $46 fee and the ACT with a writing portion will have a $62.50 fee.

If you register late, the fee for the SAT will have an added $30, and the late fee for the ACT is $29.50. For any date changes, the cost will be an added $30 for the SAT and an added $35 for the ACT.

The testing dates are generally two months apart and test takers may take the test how many times they please for their desired score.

 

Additional information concerning information on SAT testing dates, fees, and registration can be found here: https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat/register/dates-deadlines.Information on ACT testing dates, fees, and registration can be found here: https://www.act.org/content/act/en/products-and-services/the-act/registration.html#fall-reg.

 


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