SAT Testing Schedule 2018 – 2019
|Test Date||Registration Deadline||Late Registration Deadline||Deadline for Changes||Complete Score Release|
|August 25, 2018||July 27, 2018||August 7, 2018 (mailed in)
August 15, 2018 (online or phone)
|August 15, 2018||September 13, 2018|
|October 6, 2018||September 7, 2018||September 18, 2018 (mailed in)
September 26, 2018 (online or phone)
|September 26, 2018||October 25, 2018|
|November 3, 2018||October 5, 2018||October 16, 2018 (mailed in)
October 24, 2018 (online or phone)
|October 24, 2018||November 22, 2018|
|December 1, 2018||November 2, 2018||November 13, 2018 (mailed in)
November 20, 2018 (online or phone)
|November 20, 2018||December 20, 2018|
|March 9, 2019||February 8, 2019||February 19, 2019 (mailed in)
February 27, 2019 (online or phone)
|February 27, 2019||March 28, 2019|
|May 4, 2019||April 5, 2019||April 16, 2019 (mailed in)
April 24, 2018 (online or phone)
|April 24, 2019||May 23, 2019|
|June 1, 2019||May 3, 2019||May 14, 2019 (mailed in)
May 22, 2019 (online or phone)
|May 22, 2019||June 20, 2019|
Live Tutoring + Small Groups
The NC Global 50-Point Plan for SAT
NC Global’s SAT tutoring program begins with a personalized 50-Point Plan™ for success. NC Global tutors and students then follow the plan, which addresses basic weaknesses and strengthens overall test-taking performance in all areas tested by the SAT. This completely unique and innovative approach to the SAT ensures that each student gets the maximum benefit from each moment of tutoring, from first to last, and receives the individualized instruction that she needs in order to experience meaningful score improvements on the SAT.
24- 36 Hours for SAT Complete
NC Global SAT test prep tutoring sessions are designed to shore up weaknesses and give students the highest odds of answering each and every question correctly. Skill building exercises and strategies are designed by Neil Chyten, one of the nation’s leading test prep and college admission experts. He and his team have a decades-long history of success, which is your family’s assurance of quality instruction leading to extraordinary results.
SAT Small Group Classes
NC Global small group SAT classes utilize collaborative learning techniques, meaning that students are actively engaged, and are contributing to the class in a meaningful way. Indeed, NC Global is the only company in the nation to combine the Socratic learning methodology with Neil Chyten’s strategies, a highly effective and powerful combination, to master the SAT. Maximum class size is 12 students.
About SAT Subject Tests
SAT Subject Tests are single-subject, knowledge-based tests. As many as three can be taken in a single sitting and each test can be taken as often as you wish. Since you control the scores of each individual test, a logical strategy is to plan to take SAT Subject Tests on multiple test dates. Each SAT Subject Test is scored on a 200 – 800 scale.
8 -12 Hours of Tutoring or 10 Hours of Class Time
Because SAT Subject Tests are single subject exams, preparation for each requires far less tutoring or class time than do either the SAT or the ACT. NC Global recommends 8 to 12 hours of strategically focused online tutoring or 10 hours of classroom time.
Why Take SAT Subject Tests?
Some colleges require SAT Subject Tests, while others recommend them. With only a handful of exceptions among thousands of US colleges, SAT Subject Test scores are considered if and when they are included in the application. NC Global strongly recommends that you differentiate yourself from other candidates by taking the SAT Subject Tests in areas that are best suited to highlight your strengths.
Aren’t Fewer Colleges Requiring SAT Subject Tests?
Yes, it is true that fewer and fewer and fewer colleges require SAT Subject Tests. All the more reason for you to take them. With fewer students taking the SAT Subject Tests, there is greater opportunity for you to separate yourself from other candidates. Colleges don’t like to make mistakes, so they tend to reward students who have more positive data points, such as SAT Subject Test scores.
How Many SAT Subject Tests Should I Take?
NC Global recommends that you always take three tests in a single sitting. By taking the tests in groups of three, you can maximize your opportunity to earn the highest possible scores. Even if you aren’t yet confident in a subject, you can take the live test just for practice. That is because you control which individual scores are sent to colleges. Think of this strategy as having as many darts as possible to break a balloon—one may do it, but two or three gives you a much better chance of hitting or exceeding your target scores.
When Should I Take SAT Subject Tests?
SAT Subject Tests are offered six times per year, on the same dates as SATs, (except for March). Subject Tests based on single-year subjects (e.g. U.S. History, World History, and Chemistry) should be taken in May or June, while those testing more generally acquired knowledge (e.g. Math and Literature) can be taken any time you feel ready. In fact, a large number of ninth and tenth graders take SAT Subject Tests and do quite well. This frees up time later to focus on other factors such as ACT, SAT, and GPA.