SAT Test Dates in India for the year 2018-19
|2018-19||SAT test Date||Registration Date||Scores Back Date||Suggested|
|2018||Saturday, 25th August 2018||27th July 2018||7th September 2018|
|2018||Saturday, 6th October 2018||7th September 2018||19th October 2018|
|2018||Saturday, 3rd November 2018||5th October 2018||16th November 2018|
|2018||Saturday, 1st December 2018||2nd November 2018||14th December 2018|
|2019||Saturday, 9th March 2019||8th February 2019||22nd March 2019|
|2019||Saturday, 4th May 2019||5th April 2019||17th May 2019|
|2019||Saturday, 1st June 2019||3rd May 2019||10th July 2019|
The ideal time to take the SAT
You can take the SAT anytime, but the majority of the students take this test during their junior year’s spring. When they do this, they get sufficient time for taking the test two times and that is hugely recommended because 67% of the students do improve their score during the second time.
As soon as you receive your junior year’s initial test results, you will come to know about your weak points and so, you will start preparing for retaking the test. Now, if you aren’t contented with your initial score, then you are free to take the test for the subsequent time during your senior year’s fall.
The ways to get prepared for the SAT
The finest way to get prepared for the SAT is via classroom learning as well as by taking courses which challenge you and aid you in building the knowledge that you require for being successful in the test.
The Test Centres of SAT
The SAT gets conducted at several major cities all across India and students are always recommended to book one SAT Testing Centre which tends to be convenient as well as closest to their location. There are more than 50 institutes where the SAT exam is held and for locating the appropriate SAT test center, you can get through the whole list of SAT Test Centres.