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The SAT is an exam that high school students take as a prerequisite for admission into most US Colleges. Admissions committees use it in conjunction with other materials to decide if their schools are a good fit for each applicant. It is offered six times a year in October, November, December, January, May and June to international students (including Ghanaian students) in centres all over the world. Though the SAT resembles an aptitude test, students can prepare for it using proven techniques that have been shown to work well over the years.
In Ghana, you have to register for the SAT by mail as you cannot do it online. Also, it is advisable to register through a representative of College Board, the body which administers the exam. One such representative is Prometric, whose office is located on the third floor of Total House, near the National Theatre, Accra.
The basic registration fee is $52.50, though the representative may add additional charges for his services in processing and mailing your application.