ABOUT THE SAT EXAM
The SAT is offered through the College Board. The SAT has three sections including Mathematics, Verbal Skills and Writing. Each section of the SAT is scored on a scale of 200-800, with a maximum score of 2400.
Eastern Oregon University administers only the on-campus SAT.
NOTE: While the on-campus version is the same test as the official SAT, it is used only for EOU institutional placement and advising purposes and is not accepted by other institutions. The official SAT can be taken on designated Saturdays at most high schools. Visit Collegeboard.com for national test dates and sites.
REGISTRATION FORM: Please fill out and return this form with method of payment.
Your registration form must be filled out in advance and received by Testing Services before 5:00 p.m. on the registration deadline for each test.
- (Please, check with Testing Services at email@example.com regarding this form.)
SAT Administration Deadlines & Dates
|Sept 9, 2013
||Sept 27, 2013
|Dec 17, 2013
||Jan 3, 2014
|March 17, 2014
||March 28, 2014
STANDBY TESTING: We do not keep tests on hand and will only order them for the number of examinees registered by the deadline. If there are extra tests available due to cancellations, non-registered examinees will be taken on a first-come-first-served basis. An additional standby registration fee of $10.00 will apply.
TEST PREPARATION: The SAT web site has a Test Preparation page which can be viewed by clicking HERE.
You can also find practice material here:
For more SAT STUDENT GUIDES: Click here
TIME: Check in begins at 8:00 a.m. Test begins promptly at 8:15 a.m (Expect to be at the test site for 4 1/2 – 5 hours).
WHERE: Zabel Hall, room 112
- Several #2 pencils and erasers
- Standard battery-operated calculator (no QWERTY types or PDA’s)
- Government issued photo identification (you will not be allowed to test without proper ID)
- Clear water bottle with cover and label removed
- A snack may be left in a testing break room
DO NOT BRING:
- Backpacks or large purses
- Cellphones or other electronic devices
- Noisy watches
- Scratch paper
- Dictionaries or other books
- Drinks other than water
- Coffee cups or colored water bottles
COST: The 2012-2013 charge for taking the SAT is $65 and payment to be sent with the registration form. This cost is subject to change at the beginning of each academic year. Please call Testing Center at 541-962-3788 for current fees. The standby registration fee is an additional $10.00. EOU accepts checks, money orders, and credit cards. We cannot bill your student account for this exam.
REFUNDS: No refunds will be made for no-shows. To cancel a registration with refund, Testing Services must receive your cancellation request in writing or by email no later than the registration deadline for the exam.
SCORES: Scores for the On-Campus SAT are for EOU Admissions purposes only and are not transferrable to other institutions. Admissions retains a copy of your exam results for five years.