The SAT is used to measure a student's aptitude in Math, English, and Writing. It is accepted by almost all U.S colleges and universities, and it is typically taken by juniors in the spring and seniors in the fall. SAT scores and high school GPA are a powerful combination. This year, there have been some changes in the SAT.
In March 2016, students will have the chance to take the new SAT. To register, please click the link to make an account at Collegeboard Website.
Some changes are
No penalty for guessing
No vocabulary words that you will never use again
4 parts: Reading, Writing and Language, Math, and the optional SAT Essay
400-1600 score scale
3 hours and 50 minutes with the SAT Essay - or 3 hours without it
4 answer choices
4 college application fee waivers for every student who uses an SAT fee waiver
Information on Redesign SAT
Register for the SAT
Follow this link to create an account and register for SAT
This link will be able to show you what the test looks like from Reading, Writing and Language Arts, Math, and SAT Essay. There are also key content changes that you'd want to know before you take this test.