The SAT is a standardized multiple choice test usually used by colleges and universities to objectively determine students' readiness for the rigors of college studies. Most students take this test in high school. As used by CTY, the SAT provides more information about a child’s mathematical and reading/verbal strengths. How is this? The SAT establishes a much higher “ceiling” than the grade-level exams children normally take. A child who tests in higher percentiles of the SAT is a very good candidate for more challenging course work and other modifications to a school curriculum. Such information should have a great impact on the future educational pathways.
Test fee: $54.50
Test length: 3 hours and 45 minutes
2400 possible points
3 sections (Writing, Critical Reading, and Mathematics)
Note: CTY only considers the Mathematics and Critical Reading sections for awards and course eligibility.
Mandatory Writing component
Penalty for guessing
All the required fields on the SAT paper registration form must be completed or the registration will be unprocessed and returned to you.
Complete all the shaded boxes, noting the exceptions below:
1. Boxes shaded in red (except for 6, 15c-e, and 19) must be completed or the registration form will not be processed. Please note:
2. Mail the completed form to the College Board SAT program in the envelope provided with return address and bubble test date
3. Receive your child’s Admission Ticket by mail. It should arrive no later than one week prior to the scheduled test. Important: If you do not receive a ticket, call SAT Customer Service at 866-756-7346.