Restricted countries and persons
As a United States-based corporation, the College Board, along with our representatives overseas, is subject to U.S. economic sanctions, laws, and regulations. We are therefore prohibited from providing testing services to or accepting registrations from persons in certain countries (such as Iran and Cuba) or to persons designated by the U.S. government as Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons. Please see the Student Registration Guide for the SAT and SAT Subject Tests (available for download) for more information.
Students registering and/or testing in the following countries should review the additional policies and requirements that apply.
- Hong Kong
Registering through an SAT International Representative
Students registering to take the SAT through SAT International Representatives must register by paper, and they must mail their Registration Forms in time to arrive by the early registration deadline.
SAT International Representatives have specific fee payment guidelines, as noted in the listing given in the student’s area of this website. (This link will take you out of the professional sector and into the student area.) Only the Representatives listed are authorized to accept registrations on behalf of the SAT Program. We will return registrations that are submitted through unauthorized agents.
- Saudi Arabia