The Institutional Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) will be available July 19 and Aug. 4 at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College for any students who have yet to take the test. There is a fee of $52 for the test.     

The admissions policy at ABAC now requires that all students who plan to enroll in baccalaureate or pre-baccalaureate degree programs at ABAC must take the institutional SAT, the national SAT or the American College Testing exam prior to being admitted.

Maggie Martin, director of student development at ABAC, said the institutional SAT offers several advantages.

“With the institutional SAT, students have the opportunity to take the test on a weekday, as opposed to a Saturday with the national SAT,” Martin said. “Students also receive their score within 24 hours of completing the institutional SAT, and the essay portion is not required.”

Testing for the institutional SAT is coordinated through the ABAC Office of Student Development. For more information on the institutional SAT, prospective students can contact the Office of Student Development at (229) 391-5135.  

Fall semester classes at ABAC begin on Aug. 15

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