SAT / ACT Testing


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    We are writing to announce SUNY's decision to temporarily suspend SAT/ACT testing requirements for rising high school seniors intending to enroll at a SUNY bachelor’s degree-granting campus for the 2021-2022 academic year. This temporary change of admission eligibility requirements applies to the spring 2021, fall 2021, and spring 2022 cycles only.

    SUNY will maintain its longstanding commitment to holistic review of student applicants that includes grades, program of study, exam scores, academic achievements, non-academic achievements, and other activities that allow for the evaluation of the potential success of a candidate for admission.

    We trust that this temporary change in testing requirements will remove a potential barrier for students during these uncertain times.







              DATE TEST IS GIVEN





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              August 29, 2020

              September 26, 2020

                October 3, 2020

                 November 7, 2020

                 December 5, 2020

              March 13, 2021

                 May 8, 2021

                 June 5, 2021



          July 31, 2020


          September 4, 2020

         October 9, 2020

          November 6, 2020

          February 12, 2021

          April 9, 2021

           May 7, 2021




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                      September 12, 2020   

                  October 24, 2020

                December 12, 2020

               February 6, 2021

             April 17, 2021

             June 12, 2021

              July 17, 2021






                August 14, 2020    

          September 18, 2020

           November 6, 2020

           January 8, 2021

          March 12, 2021

           May 7, 2021

          June 18, 2021

    Test Day Checklist

    What to bring — and not to bring — to the SAT

    Must Bring:

    Your Admission Ticket
    You must have your Admission Ticket on test day. Sign in to My SAT and click "Print Admission Ticket".
    Two No. 2 pencils and a soft eraser
    Photo identification

    You must present acceptable photo identification (ID) for admission to the test center. You are responsible for understanding and following the SAT Test-Taker Identification Requirements and Policies.

    You may be denied entrance to the test center or your scores may be withheld or canceled if you can't present acceptable ID, if the validity of the ID is in question, or if you fail to follow the Identification Requirements and Policies.

    An Acceptable Calculator

    Calculators permitted while testing are:

    • Graphing calculators
    • Scientific calculators
    • Four-function calculators (not recommended)

    Not permitted as a calculator:

    • A laptop or a portable/handheld computer
    • Electronic writing pad or pen-input/stylus-driven device (e.g., Palm, PDAs, Casio ClassPad 300) Note: The Sharp EL-9600 may be used without the stylus.
    • Pocket organizer
    • Cell phone calculator
    • Calculator that has QWERTY (keyboard-like) keypad (e.g., TI-92 Plus, Voyage 200)
    • Calculator that uses an electrical outlet, makes noise or has a paper tape
    Read the Calculator Policy
    Note: SAT Subject Tests with Listening require a CD player.

     Nice to Have:

    • A watch (without an audible alarm)
    • Extra batteries and backup equipment
    • A bag or backpack
    • A drink or snacks (for your break)
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    What NOT to Bring:

    The use of cell phones and certain other electronic devices as noted below is prohibited within SAT test centers, and you should not bring these devices to the test center. See the Cell Phones and Electronic Devices policy for more information Prohibited devices include, but are not limited to:

    • Cell phones or smart phones, including BlackBerrys, iPhones or Android devices
    • iPods or other MP3 players
    • iPads or other tablet devices
    • Laptops, notebooks, PDAs or any other personal computing devices
    • Pagers or any other texting devices
    • Separate timers of any type
    • Cameras or other photographic equipment
    • Any device capable of recording audio, photographic or video content, or capable of viewing or playing back such content



    Here are some tips for SAT/ACT preparation.

    One Week Before

    Gradually taper off your studying, but review areas of weakness to boost your confidence.

    Eat healthy and get at least eight hours of sleep each night.

    One Day Before

    Don’t study. Cramming is unlikely to help.

    Relax your brain so you can tackle the test with a clear mind.

    Put enough gas in the car to get to the test site.