Many students have been clamoring to take the SAT and see their chances of making it in the world's best universities. You've prepared, you've worked hard, but how do you sign up anyways?
There's only one widely used way for international students in the Philippines to register for the SAT, and that's through the internet. We've enumerated the steps for your ease:
1. Visit the College Board SAT website, sat.collegeboard.org, and click on the Register button
2. Select your testing center, and testing date. In the Philippines, it's usually just British School Manila, Brent School, and International School Manila
3. Pay for registration fees with your credit card. Unfortunately, there are no fee waivers or discounts for foreign students who are undergoing financial hardship. Taking the SAT last year cost over $70, or roughly 3000 pesos.
4. Select the colleges that will receive your scores. The College Board allows you to send your scores for free to 4 colleges that you listed during registration. Additional colleges will cost about $11.50, or around 500 pesos each.
5. Print out your registration ticket. You can't take the test without it!