SAT Program


MSU's Testing Center now offers the SAT. When registering, MSU's test center number is: 44-912


National SAT

The SAT Program consists of the SAT Test and the SAT Subject Tests.

  1. SAT Test:
    The SAT measures the critical reading, mathematics, and writing abilities that are important to college success. The score scale range is from 200 to 800. The SAT is 4 hours primarily multiple choice, but includes a short essay section.
  2. SAT Subject Tests:
    The Subject Tests measure students' knowledge and skills in a particular subject and their ability to apply that knowledge (no student may take more than three tests on any date).
  3. New Security Changes
    All stand-by testing, date changes, and/or test center changes will no longer be allowed on test day.  Every candidate must have an admission ticket in order to be admitted to the test.  NO TICKET = NO ADMITTANCE  AND THERE ARE NO EXCEPTIONS

You can get more information on the SAT, the new security requirements, and how to register for the test by visiting



SAT Reasoning - $52.50
(Includes Writing and Basic Registration/Reporting fee)

SAT Subject Tests
($26 Basic Registration/Reporting fee + total for the Subject Tests)

  • Language Test with Listening - $26
  • All other Subject Tests - $16


SAT Examination Dates:

Test DateRegistration DeadlineLate Registration Deadline
October 11, 2014September 12, 2014September 30, 2014
November 8, 2013October 9, 2014October 28, 2014
December 6, 2014November 6, 2014November 24, 2014
January 24, 2015December 29, 2014January 13, 2015



The ISAT (Institutional SAT) is offered during each semester for students who fail to take the regular scheduled nationwide SAT exams. To see the test dates, please visit our test schedule.

During the Fall, Spring and Summer semesters, we offer the ISAT test each month in the Hardin South building, room 219. First-come, first served basis, maximum of 10 seats available.  The cost of the ISAT exam is $60.00, which is payable by cash, check or money order. ISAT scores are NOT transferable to any other educational institution. The ISAT does not meet eligibility requirements established by NCAA for those examinees who will be participating in collegiate athletics.