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SAT - Scholastic Aptitude Test®

The Scholastic Aptitude Test® (SAT) is a globally recognized college admission test that lets examinees show colleges what they know and how well they can apply that knowledge. It tests an examinee's knowledge of reading, writing and math. Most students who chose to take the SAT do so during their junior or senior year of high school, and almost all colleges and universities use the SAT to make admission decisions. General information about the SAT can be located on the CollegeBoard SAT website. Please Note: APSU accepts current SAT scores; however, APSU does not require the SAT for admission. Current ACT or COMPASS scores (as applicable) can also be used to meet admission requirements for assessment.

Registration Requirements

The SAT is not administered at APSU. For information on the registration process, visit “How to Register” on the CollegeBoard SAT website.

Results / Score Reports / Transcripts

Official score reports are sent to the examinee's designated institution according to the delivery dates posted on the SAT website. To request additional score reports, please visit “Getting Your Scores” on the CollegeBoard SAT website.

Additional Information

For information regarding test preparation, please visit “SAT Practice” on the CollegeBoard SAT website.