About SAT

The SAT, also known as the SAT Reasoning Test, is used in the application process to colleges and universities in the United States. The test measures critical thinking skills and the ability to analyze and solve problems, and is often thought of as a measure of future college success. The SAT is administered by the Educational Testing Service (ETS) at various locations across the country, and it is developed, published, and scored by the College Board.

Registration Information

The SAT is given seven times a year in the United States. Specific test dates and test locations can be found online on the College Board’s website. There are two ways to register for the SAT, online or by mail. Online registration is completed on the website of the College Board. In order to register by mail, one needs a copy of the SAT Registration Booklet. This booklet can be obtained from a high school counselor, and it contains the registration form and envelope, as well as registration instructions. All fees must be paid when registering, whether online or by mail, and fee information can be found online or in the SAT Registration Booklet.

sat-act-savings

SAT Class Savings

Sophomores & Freshmen
should start PSAT/SAT/ACT now and add Prep next year at a SPECIAL RATE!

SAT Savings Plan

Marty Feldman uses a semi-private
tutoring method whereby the students are taught strategies as they complete timed test sections of real PSATs, SATs and ACTs. Please check our schedule to view the time, dates and location of the classes offered.
After paying $795 for a group course, return for any course for just $395. Private tutoring students also receive a discount on group coursework.

SAT students get ACT discount!
Click on the links below for SAT information: