The SAT is a standardized test that is widely used for college admissions and is typically taken by high school juniors and seniors. The SAT consists of three major sections: Critical Reading, Mathematics, and Writing. It assesses how well a test taker analyzes and solve problems. It is a pencil and paper test. Test Dates and Registration Registration is available on the SAT website. Check during online registration for The University of Alabama in Huntsville availability. Exams are given on Saturdays The University of Alabama in Huntsville offers the following exam dates: June 6, 2020 - CANCELED August 29, 2020 December 5, 2020 March 13, 2021 May 8, 2021 June 5, 2021 Test Day Information Bring your admission ticket printed with the correct test location, date, and time. Bring approved identification. Please see acceptable forms of identification on the SAT website. Bring several number 2 pencils. Mechanical pencils and pens are not allowed. SAT permits examinees to use a calculator. Every question on the SAT can be solved without a calculator, however, using a calculator on some questions may be helpful. For an approved list of calculators see the SAT website. Exam length is approximately 4 hours. Arrive at least 20 minutes before the scheduled exam time: Provide your vehicle's license plate number to receive a parking permit in Wilson Hall, Room 214. Display the provided parking permit to avoid a $50 parking fine: UAH Zoned Parking information for UAH Testing and Certification Services. Park ONLY in appropriate designated zones.