Cedarcrest High School approved as SAT test center; registration open for March 10 test

  • Wednesday, January 17, 2018 2:33pm
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Cedarcrest High School has recently been approved as an SAT Testing Center for the March 10, round of testing.

Registration is currently open and will close on Feb. 9.

To register, students must first set up a student profile account through CollegeBoard. Visit https://www.collegeboard.org to set up a profile. Then click Register for the SAT.

You will be prompted to select a test center. When prompted for the Center Code, enter 48412.

Registration is now open for all students in the region who want to take the test at Cedarcrest High School.

Testing is limited to 175 applicants. Space is limited.

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