Taking the SAT in Singapore: 2020 SAT Test Dates, Registration Fee and Where to Take It

Thinking of taking the SAT in Singapore? ICON+ has been helping students ace the SAT since 1999, with our students averaging scores in the top 4%, so you can trust us to keep you up to date with the latest info from the CollegeBoard on the SAT. For 2020, the latest available test dates for the normal SAT, and for the SAT Subject Tests, are as follows:

2020 SAT Test Dates in Singapore

DateSAT AvailableSAT Subject Test Available
March 14th 2020*YesNo
May 2nd 2020YesYes
June 6th 2020NoYes
August 29th 2020 (Anticipated)YesYes
October 3rd 2020 (Anticipated) YesYes
December 5th 2020 (Anticipated) YesYes

*The CollegeBoard have cancelled registrations for the March 14 SAT in areas affected by the novel coronavirus, although so far, Singapore has not been affected.

Please note that for the Subject Tests dates in Singapore not all papers will be available on each date, as per the CollegeBoard. For further clarification, talk with our team (click here) to see when your paper is available.

Where to Take the SAT Test in Singapore

Singapore has multiple locations available as SAT Test Centers, but registration is always through the CollegeBoard website. To confirm, we recommend you check their page for specific dates and availability, but typically the test in Singapore is offered at:

  • Anderson Junior College, 4500, Ang Mo Kio Avenue 6, Singapore
  • Anglo-Chinese Junior College, 25 Dover Close East, Singapore
  • Canadian International School, 7 Jurong West Street 41, Singapore, Singapore
  • Dimensions International College, 58 Lowland Road, Singapore
  • Dulwich College Singapore, 71 Bukit Batok West Avenue 8, Singapore
  • Furen International School, 8 Claymore Hill, # 01-01, Singapore
  • Global Indian International School, 27 Punggol Field Walk, Singapore
  • Hwa Chong Institution, 661 Bukit Timah Road, Singapore
  • Hwa Chong International School, 663 Bukit Timah Road, Singapore
  • NPS International School, 10 + 12 Chai Chee Lane, Singapore
  • Stamford American International School, 1 Woodleigh Lane, Singapore

Cost of Registering for the SAT in Singapore

When registering for the SAT on the CollegeBoard website you must decide whether or not to include the SAT Essay component in the registration, which is sometimes either required or recommended for certain US Universities. Just taking the normal SAT is priced at $49.50, while with the Essay it is $64.50. All costs are in US Dollars and correct at time of writing. The cost of registering for the SAT in Singapore will also include a “Non-U.S. Regional Fee”, currently set at $53 for the East Asia/Pacific region. There can also be a Test Centre Fee of $24.00, but typically not in Singapore. A late registration fee can also be charged, but Singapore’s Test Centers usually fill-up well in advance of the test date, so take care to register early to secure your seat! If you do secure a seat through the Waitlist you will be charged a further Waitlist Fee of $53 on the day, so try get in early to avoid that.

Changing your SAT Registration

If you need to, it is possible to change your SAT registration to a new Centre or Date, provided there are seats available, but you would need to pay a $30.00 fee. You can also pay the Change Fee to switch from the regular SAT to the SAT Subject Tests or vice versa, for example if you booked a “back-up” SAT date but already secured your desired result. For those “adding-on” the Essay, you only have to top-up the difference, so don’t worry about penalties!

If you have any questions at all about the SAT, Subject Tests, or the scores needed for selective Universities please reach out to our team for help. If you are still unsure what the SAT will be like, or if you are wondering about taking the ACT instead, you can take our free Diagnostic Test (click here) to get first-hand experience.

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