Standardized Testing Dates 2022-2023

Sept. 10, 2022  ACT  Aug. 12, 2022  Online  $171.50
Oct. 22, 2022  ACT  Sep. 23, 2022  Online  $171.50
Dec. 10, 2022  ACT  Nov. 11, 2022  Online  $171.50
Feb. 11, 2023  ACT  Jan. 13, 2023  Online  $171.50
Apr. 15, 2023  ACT  Mar. 17, 2023  Online  $171.50
Jun. 10, 2023  ACT  May 12, 2023  Online  $171.50
Jul. 15, 2023  ACT  Jun. 16, 2023  Online  $171.50
Oct. 15, 2022  PSAT  Oct. 8, 2022 ACS Athens/Cashier  € 40.00
Aug. 27, 2022  SAT  Jul. 29, 2022  Online  $109.00 
Oct. 1, 2022  SAT  Sep. 2, 2022  Online  $109.00 
Dec. 3, 2022  SAT  Nov. 3, 2022  Online  $109.00 
Mar. 11, 2023  (Digital)  SAT  Feb. 24, 2023  Online  $109.00 
May 6, 2023 (Digital) SAT  Apr. 21, 2023 Online (Exam not offered by ACS Athens)    $109.00 
June 3, 2023 (Digital) SAT  May 19, 2023  Online  $109.00 
  • SAT On Line Registration:

    SAT is not offered by ACS Athens on all available dates.

    Payment is only made ONLINE

    SAT Subject Tests and optional SAT Essay are no longer offered.

    Starting in March 2023, the SAT will be administered digitally

  • ACT On Line Registration Only:

    ACT is offered via computer-based testing.

    Late Registration Available (fee applies)

    There is an additional $ 20 fee for the ACT writing test

  • ACS HIGH SCHOOL CODE - 738080 Country Code  - 220

    ACS Test Center # for SAT - 57810 ACT Test # - 866490

  • TOEFL is not offered by ACS Athens. Please refer to the organization's website.

  • ACT ASSESSMENT - American College Testing Program

    SAT 1 - Scholastic Assessment Test- Reasoning Test

    TOEFL - Test of English as a Foreign Language

Students should consult with their counselor to discuss appropriate test. It might be necessary to take all the tests listed above.

General Information

Primary Tests


Needed For

SAT US & UK Universities
ACT US & UK Universities
IELTS English Language test
TOEFL English Language test
UKCAT Medicine UK
BMAT Biomed/Medicine UK
SSAT Transfer to U.S. high school
PSAT Preparatory SAT

What is the SAT?

The SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test) is a globally recognized college admission test that lets you show colleges what you know and how well you can apply that knowledge.  It tests your knowledge of reading, writing and math — subjects that are taught every day in high school classrooms.

Most students take the SAT during their junior or senior year of high school, and almost all colleges and universities use the SAT to make admission decisions. (

SAT scores are just one of many factors that colleges consider when making their admission decisions.  High school grades are also very important.  In fact, the combination of high school grades and SAT scores is the best predictor of your academic success in college.

University / College SAT Requirements

Every college and university uses a different combination of criteria for admission.

Universities and colleges in the US report the mean average of their previous incoming freshmen year in order to determine approximate eligibility.

However, it is important to remember that the SAT is only ONE of the factors that universities look at during the admission process.

The following link at : (College Board Big Future) may help students review the entrance criteria for the US universities and colleges, including SAT score statistics.  Through this link students are able to filter the 3897 higher education options they have in the US in order to find their “best fit” with the guidance of their counselors.

ACS Athens is an SAT testing center (CEEB code: 738080).