ACT and SAT Test Dates for 2018-2019

At the beginning of the school year, high school juniors and seniors are faced with a multitude of demands—a new schedule, higher-level courses, and college admissions test prep.

As a junior or senior, identifying a test prep timeline can be crucial to securing the standardized test score you’re aiming for. There are a number of ACT and SAT test dates offered throughout the year, and it’s up to you to plan your prep accordingly.

Hoping to get organized as the school year begins? Here, you’ll find information about ACT and SAT test dates for 2018-2019, as well as their registration deadlines. And as you delve into your studying, remember—Varsity Tutors offers personalized, one-on-one ACT tutoring and SAT tutoring.

2018-2019 ACT test dates

When noting available ACT and SAT test dates, it’s also important to identify all registration deadlines. Below, you’ll find the ACT test dates released by for the 2018-2019 school year. To register for an exam, click here.

*Late registration deadline has passed.

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2018-2019 SAT test dates

If you miss the initial registration deadline but register before the late registration deadline, there is an additional fee of $30.00 for the ACT and $29.00 for the SAT. Like the ACT, below you’ll find the SAT test dates released by the College Board for the 2018-2019 school year. Click here to register for an exam date.

*Test date has passed.

How to send ACT and SAT test scores to colleges

During registration, both the ACT and the SAT allow you to choose several schools to send your scores to for free. For test dates of interest, research when scores will become available. Schools generally have dates you must submit your standardized test scores by, so be sure to prioritize your 2018-2019 ACT and SAT test dates accordingly.

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How to properly prepare for an ACT or SAT test date

When establishing a testing timeline, allow yourself ample prep time. Take practice tests, or utilize private ACT tutoring or SAT tutoring to analyze areas of success and improvement. Identify a target score, and dedicate the required prep time in order to achieve your goal.

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