If you need testing accommodations for the SAT, you must get College Board approval before you register.
The Accommodations website has information about eligibility and how to apply. It can take up to seven weeks for accommodations to be approved, so start the process as early as possible.
Learn about the types of accommodations offered on College Board exams, how to make an accommodations request, and more.
Once you’re approved for accommodations, during registration, you'll need to confirm whether you want to use your accommodation(s) for the SAT.
If they're not, call Services for Students with Disabilites at 212-713-8333 to ensure approved accommodations are added to your registration.
Register as a standard test-taker. After your accommodations are approved, check and print your updated admission ticket online.
No. If College Board approved you to take the PSAT/NMSQT, PSAT 10, or AP Exams with accommodations, you don’t need to apply again.