SAT and PSAT Test Prep
Whether this is your first time through the college admissions process or even the third or fourth time, we know that nothing causes stress like the words ‘standardized testing’. At Summit, our mission is to make the PSAT and SAT test prep process as stress-free and helpful as possible for your student.
With our evidence-based curriculum, expert tutors and uniquely qualified program directors, Summit’s customized one-on-one SAT and PSAT preparation programs have helped thousands of students reach their full potential. By having a game plan that includes strategies for every question, learning the material that is tested, and practicing the PSAT and SAT in a realistic setting, Summit students gain the confidence and knowledge they need to reach their score goals.
While success in our tutoring program requires commitment and hard work, we believe that test prep programs should not add another layer of stress to students. As a Summit client, your dedicated program director will consult with you to devise a sensible, customized test prep plan that considers your student’s academic ability, school activity schedules, and learning style. We work alongside our client families through the entire process, contributing our decades of experience in the college admissions testing world.
Where to Begin
We encourage you to sign up and take full advantage of our free practice test, which includes an in-depth score report and a free consultation with one of our program directors who will analyze the results and map out a standardized testing plan. Our free practice tests are proctored and can provide an initial benchmark and guidance around your test prep plan.
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2021-22 SAT and PSAT Test Schedule
(as found on The College Board website)
Once you’ve decided you’re going to prep for the SAT, the next step is to decide when to take the test. Below is a schedule of the National SAT tests.
The College Board also provides a fee-based option to schools allowing them administer the SAT for their student population on established School Day SAT dates.
|SAT Date||Registration Deadline||Late Registration Deadline||Score Release Date|
|August 28, 2021||July 30||August 17||TBA (generally 2 weeks after test date)|
|October 2, 2021||September 3||September 21||TBA (generally 2 weeks after test date)|
|November 6, 2021||October 8||October 26||TBA (generally 2 weeks after test date)|
|December 4, 2021
||November 4||November 23||TBA (generally 2 weeks after test date)|
|March 12, 2022||February 11, 2022||March 1, 2022||TBA (generally 2 weeks after test date)|
|May 7, 2022||April 8, 2022||April 26, 2022||TBA (generally 2 weeks after test date)|
|June 4, 2022
||May 5, 2022||May 25, 2022||TBA (generally 2 weeks after test date)|
PSAT registration is handled by your school guidance office. The test is administered by your school.
- Primary test day: Wednesday, October 13, 2021
- Saturday test day: October 16, 2021
- Alternate test day: Thursday, October 26, 2021
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