SAT Test Centers and Dates in Germany

By | March 18, 2019

According to the College Board, there are 17 test centers for SAT and SAT Subject Tests in Germany. 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 Germany.

SAT Test Centers and Dates in Germany

2019 – 2020 SAT Test Dates in Germany

  • 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 Germany

BLACK FOREST ACAD

Address: Hammersteiner Str 50; Use Papierweg, Kandern, Germany
Center Code: 57746

BONN INTL SCH

Address: Martin Luther King Strasse 14, Bonn, Germany
Center Code: 57637

FRANCONIAN INTL SCH

Address: Marie-curie-strasse 2, Erlangen, Germany
Center Code: 57670

FRANKFURT INTL SCH

Address: An Der Waldlust 15-report Time 8:15, Oberursel, Germany
Center Code: 57775

HEIDELBERG INTL SCH

Address: Wieblinger Weg 7, Heidelberg, Germany
Center Code: 57733

INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF BREMEN

Address: Badgasteiner Str. 11, Bremen, Germany
Center Code: 57643

INTL SCH HAMBURG

Address: Hemmingstedter Weg 130, Hamburg, Germany
Center Code: 57710

INTL SCH OF AUGSBURG

Address: Wernher-von-braun-str. 1a, Gersthofen, Germany
Center Code: 57698

INTL SCH OF DUSSELDORF

Address: Niederrheinstr. 336, Dusseldorf, Germany
Center Code: 57655

INTL SCH OF STUTTGART

Address: Sigmaringer Strasse 257, Stuttgart, Germany
Center Code: 57783

ISF INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL FRANKFURT

Address: Strasse Zur Internationalen Schule33, Frankfurt Am Main, Germany
Center Code: 57708

JOHN F. KENNEDY – SCHULE

Address: Teltower Damm 87-93, Berlin, Germany
Center Code: 57608

MUNICH INTL SCH

Address: Schloss Buchhof*non-smoking Campus*, Munich, Germany
Center Code: 57782

QSI INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF MUNSTER

Address: Salzmannstrasse 152, Munster, Germany
Center Code: 57766

SALEM INTL COLL

Address: Kurt-hahn-strasse 1, Ueberlingen, Germany
Center Code: 57604

THE INTL SCH HANNOVER REGION

Address: Bruchmeisterallee 6, Hannover, Germany
Center Code: 57726

UWC ROBERT BOSCH COLLEGE

Address: Kartaeuserstr. 119, Freiburg, Germany
Center Code: 57709

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Central mountain region

The low mountain range goes back to the Variscan mountain formation. It is a heavily chambered rump floe and stratified level land with infiltration basins and depressions, strongly divided by rivers with sometimes wide valleys. The Rhenish Slate Mountains in the west include the Eifel with the Hohem Venn and the Hunsrück on the left bank of the Rhine, the Taunus on the right bank of the Rhine, the Westerwald with the Siebengebirge, the Bergisches Land, the Sauerland with the Rothaargebirge and the Kellerwald. The extends north of the Rhenish Slate Mountains Westphalian Bay. It is bounded in the northeast and east by the Teutoburg Forest and its continuation Eggegebirge. Check thenailmythology to see German Destinations.

The young volcanic areas of Vogelsberg and Rhön (up to 950 m), the Hessian highlands with Reinhardswald, Habichtswald, Kaufunger Wald, Hohem Meißner and Knüll, followed to the north by the Weserbergland and the Leinebergland. The Harzextends east of the Leine (up to 1141 m). In the south, it is joined by the layered landscape of the Thuringian Basin including the edge area of ​​the Eichsfeld, the Hainich and the Thuringian Forest on. The south-western continuation are the Thuringian Slate Mountains and the Franconian Forest.

The eastern mountain range of Germany is formed by the Fichtel Mountains in Bavaria, the Upper Palatinate Forest and the Bavarian Forest (up to 1456 m) and parts of the Bohemian Massif with the Bohemian Forest and in Saxony the Elster Mountains, Vogtland and Ore Mountains (up to 1214 m). To the east of the breakthrough valley of the Elbe are the Elbe Sandstone Mountains, the Lusatian (Upper Lusatian) Bergland and the Zittau Mountains.

In southwestern Germany, the Upper Rhine Plain between Basel and Mainz, 30–50 km wide, is still a tectonically active rift valley, in the west of the Palatinate Forest and North Palatinate Bergland and in the east of the steep side of the Spessartand the Odenwald as well as the 400–700 m high The Black Forest fracture level (up to 1493 m) flanked. Loess bands and foothills line the bottom of the Upper Rhine Plain (German Wine Route, Rheingau, Bergstrasse, Ufgau, Ortenau). This applies beyond the Black Forest and Odenwald Swabian-Franconian layer level land crescent-shaped to the northeast. It is framed by the karstified Jura areas of the Swabian Alb and Franconian Alb (500-1015 m). The Gäu landscapes in between are the granaries of southern Germany. These include (from southwest to northeast) Klettgäu, Baar, Oberes Gäu, Strohgäu, Zabergäu, Kraichgau, Haller and Hohenloher Ebene, building land, Taubergrund, the Main Franconian Gäuplatten around Würzburg and the Grabfeld.