SAT Test Centers and Dates in El Salvador

By | March 18, 2019

According to the College Board, there are 2 test centers for SAT and SAT Subject Tests in El Salvador. Please note that before you register either of the SAT exams, you should choose your test date and test location. Each testing location is affiliated with an educational institution, such as high school, community college, or university. The following test centers administer one or more of 2019 and 2020 SAT tests in El Salvador.

SAT Test Centers and Dates in El Salvador

2019 – 2020 SAT Test Dates in El Salvador

  • March 9, 2019
  • May 4, 2019
  • June 1, 2019
  • August 24, 2019
  • October 5, 2019
  • November 2, 2019
  • December 7, 2019
  • March 14, 2020
  • May 2, 2020
  • June 6, 2020
  • August 29, 2020
  • October 3, 2020
  • November 7, 2020
  • December 5, 2020

SAT Testing Centers in El Salvador


Address: Km. 143 1/2 Carretera Al Cuco, San Miguel, El Salvador
Center Code: 90560


Address: Escuela Americana Primaria, San Salvador, El Salvador
Center Code: 90565

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In the pre-Columbian era the art of this country has characteristics common to those of Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua. The forms of the sculpture range from the all-round technique to high and bas-relief. Characteristic are the jaguar heads with the protruding canines carved on stone boulders; the stele with the Virgin of Tazumal (a human figure in ceremonial robes) is the only example of monumental sculpture known to us. However, the artistic taste of these areas is expressed above all in ceramics, where local inspiration is evident above all in the dazzling colors and designs of the pottery, especially in the linear ones obtained by scraping part of the white engobe with your fingers or a brush. From the century XVI to XVIII the country was affected by the colonial style of Spanish influence, especially in religious architecture, subsequently opening up to the forms of international culture. In the Museo de Arte de El Salvador, in the capital, there are the works of some of the most important artists of the twentieth century and contemporary, such as Rosa Mena Valenzuela (1913-2004), José M. Vides (1903-1993), Carlos Cañas (no. 1924).


Few traces of the pre-Columbian culture of the country remain in the folklore and the cultural manifestations of the colonial period also seem to have been scarce. Of the early nineteenth century we remember Miguel Álvarez Castro (1775-1856), better known as a politician, and José Batres Montúfar (1809-1844), who however lived and wrote in Guatemala. Romanticism, introduced by Isaac Ruiz Araujo (1850-1881) and the Spaniard Fernando Velarde, produced various poets, among which Juan J. Cañas (1826-1918) excels, while Román Mayorga Rivas (1864-1925) was a publicist and prose writer of fame. The first really important literary personality was that of Francisco Gavidia (1863-1955), modernist poet, teacher and friend of Nicaraguan Rubén Darío, narrator, historian, critic and founder of the Salvadoran theater, with historical-romantic dramas (Ursino, Velázquez), scripted legends (Cuento de marinos, 1947) and modern dramas (Júpiter, Ramona). Modernist was also the poet and prose writer Alberto Masferrer (1868-1932), who founded and directed the newspaper Patria. Narrator of a certain vigor was Arturo Ambrogi (1875-1936), of which El libro del trópico especially remains (1907-18), while in JM Peralta Lagos (1873-1944) and H. Alvarado (1845-1928) a current of custom, folkloric and vernacular storytellers culminates. Salvador J. Carazo and Luis Lagos (1870-1914) distinguished themselves as humorists and satirical commentators on current affairs. Among the operas of the twentieth century we should also mention JE Ávila and R. Contreras; among the prose writers are M. Andino, Alberto Rivas Bonilla, the vigorous “Indianist” Salarrué (Salvador Salazar Arrué, 1899-1975), author of Cuentos de barro (1933; Tales of mud), Hugo Lindo (1917-1985) and A. Menéndez Leal (1931-2000); and among the playwrights J. Emilio Aragón (1887-1938) and José Llerena (1895-1943). The post-modernist and avant-garde generations in poetry are represented, among others, by A. Guerra Trigueros and Claudia Lars (1899-1974), author of numerous collections in verse and for a long time at the helm of the magazine Cultura, Vicente Rosales, A. Espino, C. Lovato, P. Geoffroy, Claribel Alegría, W. Chávez. A mention should be reserved to Roque Dalton (1935-75), a politically committed poet, exiled several times, and today one of the cornerstones of twentieth-century national literature. The theater, on the whole, languishes; but noteworthy attempts are worth noting, especially by Walter Bénecke (b. 1928), author of European education. Among the younger ones, David Escobar (b. 1943), author of significant verses (Extrano mundo del amanecer, 1970; Sonetos penitenciales, 1979) and evocative short story books (Vos sobrevivientes, 1980) appear particularly gifted; Alonso Quijada Urías (b.1940), poet of mystical tensions (Sagradas escrituras); and the playwright Roberto A. Menéndez, distinguished with the biblical drama La ira del cordero. . The most important voices of the most recent fiction, reborn in the last years of the twentieth century, include Ferman Cienfuegos, also a sociologist and engaged in the forefront of the civil war, Horacio Moya (b. 1960), known for the sensitive psychological insights of his characters, Manlio Argueta (b.1935), poet as well as narrator, more tied, also for reasons of age, to issues such as exile, travel, nostalgia for the homeland, Carlos Castro (b.1950), mostly the author of novels historians (Los desvarìos del general, 1997).