Yes. The SAT puts your achievements into context. That means it shows off your qualifications to universities and helps you stand out.
- Each year, students across nearly 200 countries take the SAT to apply to universities in the U.S. and more than 80 countries across the globe.
- Even though there are wide variations in curricular standards, grading systems, and course offerings, the SAT evens out the disparities from school to school and region to region.
- In the class of 2020, nearly 90% of international students had SAT scores that confirmed or exceeded their secondary school GPA.
- When surveyed, 83% of students said they want the option to submit test scores to colleges.