Test center approval for new test centers is closed for fall 2021. You may still submit an application to become a test center for spring 2022 SAT administrations.
Inquire about becoming an SAT test center for weekend administrations by providing your information below.
SAT test centers help students take that important step on the road to college success. By becoming a test center, you’ll help connect motivated students to the SAT and associated college planning resources, while also exposing more students to the opportunities of higher education.
Before you get started: A six-digit, Level II College Board school code is required to become a test center. If your school does not have one, contact ETS Code Control at email@example.com or 609-771-7091. Please expect the review process for a Level II College Board school code to take approximately 10 business days.
Test Center Application Information:
- Test center requests are reviewed based on a number of factors, including availability in your area. If your institution is not approved to be a test center for the current administration year, please reapply next year.
- The SAT Program reviews requests for the current school year through February and for the next school year starting in March.
- Due to the high volume of applications this year, we encourage you to apply as soon as possible to become a test center for spring 2022 administrations. You should expect to hear back on whether your test center application was approved for spring 2022 administrations within 8–10 weeks of submitting.
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