Digital SAT from March 2023

  • College Board is now offering the International SAT in a digital format starting from March 2023.
    (The SAT in the U.S. will transition to digital starting in March 2024.)
  • The paper-based SAT test had been administered before December 2022 for international students.
  • For more detailed information about the Digital SAT, please refer to the College Board Digital SAT website.


The SAT Test is a college admissions test administered by the College Board in the United States. Every year, approximately 1.5 to 2 million students worldwide take the SAT Test. Since May 2021, the KAEC testing center has been administering SAT Tests.

Starting from March 2023, the International SAT Test will be administered in a digital format. The Digital SAT consists of two sections: Reading and Writing, and Math.


To register for the SAT, please visit the College Board website. Students who wish to take the SAT through KAEC can choose the following testing center.

  • Center Code: 65319

For inquiries regarding SAT registration, please use the College Board Contact Us.

Test Dates

All deadlines expire at 11:59 PM EDT.

Fall 2024 Test Dates
International SAT Test Date Registration Deadline Deadline for Changes, Regular Cancellation, and Late Registration
August 24, 2024 August 9, 2024 August 13, 2024
October 5, 2024 September 20, 2024 September 24, 2024
November 2, 2024 October 18, 2024 October 22, 2024
December 7, 2024 November 22, 2024 November 26, 2024

Spring 2025 Test Dates
International SAT Test Date Registration Deadline Deadline for Changes, Regular Cancellation, and Late Registration
March 8, 2025 February 21, 2025 February 25, 2025
May 3, 2025 April 18, 2025 April 22, 2025
June 7, 2025 May 22, 2025 May 27, 2025

Digital SAT:
What to Expect on Test Day

Before test day, make sure you’re familiar with test day rules and procedures. Find out what’s staying the same and what’s changing for digital SAT administrations.

Bluebook™ App and Device Information

In preparation for taking the digital SAT, you’ll need to familiarize yourself with the Bluebook testing application as well as the approved devices and operating system requirements. You’ll also need details on borrowing a device if one isn’t available to you.

Bluebook Testing App

Bluebook must be installed before test day. This digital testing application supports testing on Mac and Windows devices, iPads, and school-managed Chromebooks.

Device Readiness

Device specifications and installation instructions vary by device type and test. Ensure that the device you plan to use on test day meets the required specifications.

Borrowing a Device

Find information on how to borrow a device if you don’t have access to one for the digital SAT.

Practice and Preparation

The key to successful preparation for the digital SAT is practice. Find tips on how to study for the SAT using full-length practice tests on Bluebook, downloadable linear forms, and Official SAT Practice on Khan Academy®.

Test Structure

  • Reading and Writing (64 minutes, 54 questions)
  • Break (10 minutes)
  • Math (70 minutes, 44 questions)

* College Board offers the Digital SAT starting March 2023, composed of two sections.

Test Day

The check-in time is from 7:45 AM to 8:00 AM, and no entry is allowed after the exam has started.

Check What to Bring and Do on Digital SAT Test Day.

  • Your fully charged testing device with the Bluebook™ application installed (Download BluebookDevice Readiness | Prohibited Devices)
  • Acceptable photo ID.
    • Testing in Korea: A valid national ID card from the country, a valid passport from any country
    • Testing Outside Your Home Country: A valid passport
  • Your up-to-date admission ticket.
  • Pencils or pens for scratch work. (Scratch paper will be provided from the testing center)
  • An acceptable calculator for use on the Math section of the test (there will be an embedded graphing calculator available to use within Bluebook).


For inquiries regarding SAT scores, please use the link below.

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