You have a total of three hours and 45 minutes to complete the SAT. In addition, there is a 25-minute equating or experimental section that you have to take, but is not part of your actual score. So, the total time would be four hours and 10 minutes of testing. With breaks and registration, the SAT is about a five hour ordeal.

Most students actually take the SAT test two or three times. There are students who take the test four, five, and six times, but that's a little excessive, because even if you happen to go up on the sixth time, colleges do see the results of the previous five tests, and, well, what's really the real score?

Colleges are going to see the results of every SAT you take, so they'll see every set of scores, but most colleges say they'll either take the highest combined total score from one sitting or they'll mix and match the highest subscore over several sittings. Basically, you want to check with the admissions office of the college that you're interested in and find out their policy in terms of how they look at SAT scores.

Well, students with documented learning disabilities or physical disabilities are able to take the SAT under certain accommodations. There is a process you need to go through that includes specific documentation from experts and your school district, but it is something that students can be accommodated with.

Most students actually take the SAT test two or three times. There are students who take the test four, five, and six times, but that's a little excessive, because even if you happen to go up on the sixth time, colleges do see the results of the previous five tests, and, well, what's really the real score?

Colleges are going to see the results of every SAT you take, so they'll see every set of scores, but most colleges say they'll either take the highest combined total score from one sitting or they'll mix and match the highest subscore over several sittings. Basically, you want to check with the admissions office of the college that you're interested in and find out their policy in terms of how they look at SAT scores.

Well, students with documented learning disabilities or physical disabilities are able to take the SAT under certain accommodations. There is a process you need to go through that includes specific documentation from experts and your school district, but it is something that students can be accommodated with.

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