SAT Eligibility Criteria - Who Can Write The SAT
There are always a few questions, who is eligible for the SAT, what subjects need for the SAT eligibility,
As we know the College Board does not specify any SAT eligibility criteria for appearing in one of the most renowned entrance exams for undergraduate studies.
Ideally, high school students opt for the SAT examination.
SAT Eligibility Criteria depends on a few factors:
- SAT eligibility 2019 does not state any age limitation to appear for the SAT test.
- If a candidate is 12 years old or younger, he/she can register for SAT by mail ONLY.
- If a candidate is 13 years or older, can create the free College Board account to register for SAT 2019.
- According to the SAT 2019 eligibility, if a candidate is 21 years or older, then he/she must produce an official government-issued photo ID, like a driver’s license or passport, to the test center.
Have an annual household income of less than INR 400,000
Be a Top Performer in SAT exam (score of 1350 or more out of 1600)
Student Of Current Session 2019–20
SAT applicant should be a student in Class 12 for session 2019–20, It can be taken by any high school student.
School academics and should be good and idle. It's very helpful in the process of admission.
CIWG & DASA Schemes
Children of Indian Workers in Gulf Countries also known as CIWG, In this quota candidate's academic qualifications, should be 12th passed
Direct Admission Student of Abroad also known as DASA, In this quota candidate's academic qualifications, should be 12th grade qualified with recognized universities.