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About SAT & USC

We have the answers to your questions. Applying to college is the next logical step and we have many resources to help you begin the process.  

Common Questions about the SAT

The SAT measures the skills and knowledge students learn in school including reading, writing, and math. It doesn't test logic or abstract reasoning but what you need to succeed in college.

Visit their official SAT website for more information.

The SAT is administered at different times throughout the year. Please visit the official SAT website for exam dates.

The SAT is recommended and required by many 2-year and 4-year colleges, universities, and technical schools. Check with the colleges you are interested in attending and ask them for the average test score.   

Learn more about the SAT structure on College Board's website.

Visit the official SAT website for test, cancellation and other fees. Fee waivers are available. Check with your high school guidance counselor for more information.

College Board's website gives great information regarding the scoring of the SAT.

A good score depends on the college you are interested in attending and their requirements. Each college is different and you should check with them to determine their average scores.

You can contact SAT at 888-SAT-HELP or visit their SAT website.

Yes, practice tests and materials are available free on the SAT website. You may also sign up for our Free SAT Information Workshop, SAT Classroom course, SAT Summer Institute, or Live Online SAT Course where practice test may be administered. 

Register online for the exam via the SAT website.  

You can make arrangements for test takers that need special accommodations by submitting an Accommodations Request Form directly with the administers of the SAT exam.  Special testing centers are available.  Call 212-713-8333 or email 


USC Resources

If you are considering applying to the University of South Carolina, we offer a wide range of bachelor degree programs. Here are resources you need to help make your decision.


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