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2023 - 2024 International Test Sitting Dates, Deadlines, and Fees


Below is a table of Registration Deadlines:


  • If you are applying for Accommodations you will need to start the process at least 12 weeks beforehand.

  • All fees listed below are paid directly to College Board, the company that administers the SAT, not CTTH. You can check out their most recent fees here


2023 PSAT International Sitting Date and Deadlines

The Preliminary SAT (PSAT) is for students in Grade 10 and 11.






2023 - 2024 SAT International Sitting Dates and Deadlines

The SAT is for students in Grade 11 and 12.


What You Should Know About International Deadlines


  • International registration deadlines apply to anyone testing outside of the United States and U.S. territories.

  • Deadlines expire at 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time, U.S.

  • There is no late registration for international testing. Online and telephone registrations must be completed by the international deadlines listed above - there may be an additional fee.

  • Mailed registration forms must be received by the international deadlines listed above.

  • If you register through an international representative, you need to submit your paper registration with payment by the early registration deadline.


Other Things You Should Know


  • The SAT is not offered in March or August outside of the United States and U.S. territories.

  • Language with Listening Tests is offered only in November.

  • Fees for testing internationally vary - those indicated above include the fee for Africa students.

  • Sunday administrations for students who cannot test on Saturday due to religious observance usually occur the day after each Saturday test date - we ONLY offer Sunday administrations.

  • You MAY NOT write the SAT Test on the same day as the SAT Subject Test.

  • You may write up to three SAT Subject Tests on a single test date.

  • Writing the SAT more than once is allowed and recommended if the student feels that there was a negative factor that affected performance (NOT score).  In other words, if illness, stress, medications, lack of sleep, or other such factor had a direct impact on performance, students are encouraged to write a second time.

  • Statistics from the College Board indicate that students rarely improve scores unless there was an identifiable, personal negative factor when they wrote the first time.

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