Officials Urge Students To Check Testing Center Status Ahead Of Saturday's SATs

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The SATs are nerve-wracking enough, but now students face extra stress just trying to find a place to take the exam.

The College Board says coronavirus safety measures have forced local testing centers to cut capacity or close.

There are 334,000 students registered to take the SAT this Saturday.

The College Board said as of Tuesday, more than half of those registered will not be able to take the exam.

Visit to find out the status of your testing center.

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    I own my own tutoring company, I Teach Winners LLC, and I specialize in teaching teens how to write. Regardless of what subject we’re studying, I always teach my students time-tested skills that will help them to navigate this—seemingly—increasingly chaotic world. Since I also tutor for the ACT and SAT, some of my current students are facing these cancellations. This is a very stressful time for students and their families. Everyone’s wondering “What’s next?” and “What should I do?” Now, I don’t have the answer to anyone’s specific difficulties, but I recently made a video in which I do offer encouragement and advice to students who are facing these ACT and SAT cancellations. Unsurprisingly, at the very end of the video I do plug my company’s service, but it’s 15 minutes of free perspective-helping and initiative-inspiring content before that, so, with that completely open notice of what the video includes beforehand and my primary purpose being to offer a free resource to students who are upset, I’ll now respectfully provide the video link:

    If you don’t trust that link, you can search “I Teach Winners LLC Handling College Board SAT Cancellations” on YouTube, and the video will pop up! 🙂

    Please enjoy!

    —Kevin Hall, CEO of I Teach Winners LLC

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