SATs - Undergraduate Testing
What is the SAT? The SAT Reasoning Test is a measure of critical thinking skills It assesses how well you analyze and solve problems It has three sections - Writing, mathematics and critical reading Each section is scored on the scale of 200 to 800 and the writing section contains two subscores The SAT is typically taken by fifth and sixth year students. It is administered six times a year in Ireland. The total testing time for the SAT is 3 hours and 45 minutes Some institutions may also require SAT 2 - subject tests - which measure the candidates' knowledge in specific subjects. Students can sit the SAT more than once. How to register? The Fulbright Commission in Ireland is not a testing centre and cannot register you for the SAT Students should pre-register at least six weeks in advance on www.collegeboard.com Click here for a sample application which will guide you through the process (( : This is tailored to UK students but substitute Junior and Leaving Cert where neccessary). Note How much does it cost? Reasoning Test: $49 Registration fee + International Processing fee of $29 Subject Tests: $22 Registration fee + International Processing fee of $29 + $11 per test; + $22 for language with listening Standby testing an additional $43 fee is incurred International processing fee - $29 Where can I sit the SAT in Ireland?
There are 2 testing centres in Ireland and you can choose where you will sit the SAT when you register.
Waterford - St. Augustines College, Abbeyside, Dungarvan Dublin - St. Andrew's College, Booterstown Avenue, Blackrock, Co. Dublin When Can I sit the SAT in 2012? Saturday January 28th - Apply by December 20 Saturday May 5th - Apply by March 27 Saturday June 2nd - Apply by April 24 How can I prepare for the SAT? Students with Disabilities: