Scholastic Aptitude Test, which is popularly known as SAT, is a college admission test conducted for various colleges/universities in the United States. It is conducted across many parts of the world, in order to examine students’ skills in reading, writing and mathematics. SAT Test is developed and published by the College Board and administered by Educational Testing Service (ETS). While registering for SAT test, one has to pay a certain amount of test fee. This article will explain you about the fee structure for SAT test.
Scholastic Aptitude Test Fee
To register for Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT), one has to pay US$47 in the form of fee. However, the candidates of India have to pay additional fee of US$24. The candidates can make the payment through these given below modes:
- Fee for SAT Test can be paid through Credit Card (American Express, Discover, Visa or MasterCard).
- You can also make payment through cheque or money order payable to the College Board. Notably, orders received with cheques drawn on non-U.S. banks will be returned.
- Other forms of payment are Bank drafts, international money orders, UNESCO coupons (for international registration only).
- Payment will not be accepted through cash.
- You are not entitled to receive test and registration fees to be refunded even if you have cancelled the test or are absent on the test day. Nonetheless, you can call for refund in the following conditions:
- You can take refund of Question-and-Answer Service or Student Answer Service.
- If you are absent on the test day, you can ask for refund for your additional score reports that you ordered at the time of registration.
- The process of refunds will take six weeks after your test date.