SAT Testing Information
(Updated September 15, 2021)
The Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) is an entrance exam widely accepted at United States colleges and universities. It measures what students learn in high school and what they need to succeed in college.
About the SAT
Following are details about the SAT:
- Testing Time: 3 hours
- There is an additional/optional 50 minute essay.
- Structure: 3 Tests + optional essay:
- Reading Test (65 minutes / 52 questions)
- Writing & Language Test (35 minutes / 44 questions)
- Math Test (80 minutes / 58 questions)
- Score Range: Composite 400-1600
- Essay: reported in 3 dimensions, each scored in range from 2-8
Details, Dates, & Deadlines
Norwin High School students are recommended to take the SAT in the spring of their junior year and/or fall of their senior year.
Norwin School District is offering the SAT Test on the following days:
October 2, 2021 - Registration Deadline is September 3, 2021
December 4, 2021 - Registration Deadline is November 4, 2021
March 12, 2022 - Registration Deadline is February 11, 2022
May 7, 2022 - Registration Deadline is April 8, 2022
- How to register online
- Test dates and deadlines
- What to expect on test day
- On the day of a scheduled exam, the SAT will begin promptly at 8:00 am Students are asked to arrive to Door #1 of Norwin High School before 7:45 am in order to be assigned a room so testing may begin at 8:00 a.m.
- Students must bring proper identification.
- Cell phones must either be turned off and given to test proctors or not brought into the High School.
Develop your Skills
- Inside the SAT
- College Board Practice SAT
- Kaplan Test Prep Practice SAT
- Princeton Review Practice SAT
- Khan Academy SAT Practice
- Study Point Online Practice Tests
- Students can take a free virtual SAT (or ACT and PSAT).
- Students who participate will receive a free score analysis that breaks down how they did by section, question type, and content area so they can get a sense for where they might want to do some review prior to the actual exam.
- Live Proctored Practice Tests with Goldstein Test Prep and Online Prep Courses with Synchronous Sessions
- Registration for Free Practice Test
- SAT and ACT Concordance Tables
- The College Board and ACT have collaborated on new concordance tables to help educators and families compare SAT and ACT scores.
- The 2018 tables are now the only official concordance tables between the ACT and the SAT and should be used as the single source of reference when paring scores on the two tests.
- Colleges and Universities that Allow Self-Reporting of SAT and ACT Scores