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Is there an age limit for the SAT?

ismailccismailcc Registered User Posts: 156 Junior Member
Is there any rule that specifies an age limit for the SAT? If so, who is too young and who is too old to take it?

What about the ACT?
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Replies to: Is there an age limit for the SAT?

  • MeadowlandMeadowland Registered User Posts: 102 Junior Member
    There is no age limit for both.
  • KalookakooKalookakoo Registered User Posts: 471 Member
    As long as you have 40 bucks, you can have fun and go take it.
  • happypeasinapodhappypeasinapod Registered User Posts: 3 New Member
    can my son take the Chinese SAT subject in middle school? If yes, and he does good, will this "look good" on his college app that he took it so early? He's american born but been taking Chinese since 5yrs old. His level is sufficient now and I would like to stop his Chinese lessons before he goes to high school & his classes take too much of his time. Anybody have any experience with this?
  • MutaRiSCMutaRiSC Registered User Posts: 1,248 Senior Member
    Usually tests from middle school aren't considered.
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