College Board Ends the SAT Essay
In January 2021, the College Board announced that, after the June 2021 test date, they would no longer be offering the SAT Essay. The essay was previously an optional part of the SAT, and many students already chose not to take it. However, taking the SAT Essay will now no longer be an option. The only possible way to take the SAT Essay is during an SAT School Day. And even in these cases, your school has to choose to include the essay, and we expect many of them won’t.
Who Should Take the SAT with Essay
You don’t have to take the SAT with Essay, but if you do, you’ll be able to apply to schools that require it. Find out which schools require or recommend the SAT Essay. If you don’t register for the SAT with Essay at first, you can add it later.
SAT fee waivers cover the cost of the SAT with Essay.
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