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Important Deadlines for College Applicants

What's Left for 2017

As the Fall semester swings into full gear, THiNK PREP would like to remind the high school seniors of important deadlines concerning SAT, Early Action and Early Decision deadlines their applications can be prepared and sent to schools on time.


The October 7th SAT is an important test for college applicants. It is the last chance for students who would like one final go at the exam before submitting their Early Action Applications. Although normal registration ended Sept. 8th, late registration is available until Sept. 27. The ACT is conducted too late in the month for scores to arrive on time. Because your SAT scores will be released near the Early Action deadline, do not be afraid to call College Board to know when your scores will arrive, and communicate with potential schools to let them know that your scores are on the way.

Oct. 5, 2017 - November SAT Registration

Oct. 7, 2017 - October SAT

Oct. 25, 2017 - November SAT Late Registration

Oct. 28, 2017 - October SAT Registration


This month is all about Early Action and Decision. Although everything should already be submitted on the first day of the month, students can still have the option to take the SAT to receive scores for their regular applications. This SAT

Nov. 1, 2017 – EA deadline

Nov. 2, 2017 - December SAT Registration

Nov. 4, 2017 – SAT

Nov. 21, 2017 - December SAT Late Registration


Along with jolly cheer and yuletide by the fireside, students can take the December SAT for their regular application. To take this exam, students must register by Nov. 2 or can register late by Nov. 21

Dec. 2, 2017 – SAT

Dec. 9, 2017 - ACT


Finally! All of a student's applications should be submitted this month. We hope the best for all of our students and that their efforts bear fruit. Expect to hear more from us about this as the New Year draws near.

Jan. 5, 2018 – Regular Decision deadline

Some Final Tips

Now that you know which test you'd like to take and when, let us offer some tips for D-day.

  1. Get plenty of rest: You can't perform at your best without a good night's sleep!

  2. Prepare your supplies the night before: Don't be the student who is denied entrance for forgetting his ID

  3. Pick a convenient testing location: Is there a lot of traffic where you live? Do you need more time getting ready and less time travelling to the test site? Pick a testing site that works for you.

We wish every high school senior the very best of luck. Feel free to contact us today at (212) 686 - 5077 or shoot us an email at for consulting and test prep. Also, visit our website for more info on our programs.

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