SAT Test Centers and Dates in Lebanon

By | March 18, 2019

According to the College Board, there are 28 test centers for SAT and SAT Subject Tests in Lebanon. 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 Lebanon.

SAT Test Centers and Dates in Lebanon

2019 – 2020 SAT Test Dates in Lebanon

  • 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 Lebanon

AMER COMM SCH

Address: 67 Nigeria Street, Jal Al Bahr, Beirut, Lebanon
Center Code: 54310

AMERICAN U OF BEIRUT

Address: American University Of Beirut, Beirut, Lebanon
Center Code: 54300

ARTS, SCIENCES + TECH U LEBANON/AUL

Address: Bourj Abi Haider, Cola Square, Beirut, Lebanon
Center Code: 54372

BEIRUT EVANG SCH BOYS + GIRLS RABIEH

Address: 34th Street, Rabieh-el Metn, Lebanon
Center Code: 54370

BEIRUT MODERN SCH

Address: Airport Highway, Beirut, Lebanon
Center Code: 54334

CADMOUS COLLEGE

Address: Jwar Al Nakhel, Tyre, Lebanon
Center Code: 54380

CITY INTL SCH

Address: Hussein Beyhum Str, Beirut, Lebanon
Center Code: 54333

COLL CENTRAL DES MOINES LIBANAIS

Address: Next To Notre Dame Du Liban Hospital, Jounieh, Lebanon
Center Code: 54351

COLL DES FRERES MARISTES-CHAMPVILLE

Address: Main St, Dick El Mehdi, El Metn, Lebanon
Center Code: 54362

COLL DES SAINTS COEURS AIN NAJM

Address: Ain Saadeh, El Metn, Lebanon
Center Code: 54364

COLL DU SACRE COEUR

Address: Freres Gemmayze, Goro Street, Beirut, Lebanon
Center Code: 54308

COLL NOTRE DAME DE JAMHOUR

Address: College Notre Dame De Jamhour, Jamhour, Lebanon
Center Code: 54350

COLLEGE DES FRERES MONT LA SALLE

Address: Ain Saadeh, El Metn, Lebanon
Center Code: 54344

EASTWOOD COLL

Address: Old Sidon Road, Kfarshima, Lebanon
Center Code: 54352

HAIGAZIAN U

Address: Mexique St, Kantari, Beirut, Lebanon
Center Code: 54328

HOUSSAM EDDINE HARIRI HS

Address: Makassed Houssam Eddine Hariri Hs, Sidon, Lebanon
Center Code: 54356

INTERNATIONAL SCH AL KOURA

Address: Fouad Sleiman Street, Beitroumine, Lebanon
Center Code: 54301

INTL COLL

Address: Bliss Street, Beirut, Lebanon
Center Code: 54325

LEBANESE INTL U

Address: Bloc E, Abi Chala St, Beirut, Lebanon
Center Code: 54339

LEBANESE INTL UNIV (LIU)

Address: Seray Street, Behind Labib, Saida, Lebanon
Center Code: 54355

LEBANESE INTL UNIVERSITY, LIU

Address: Mt. Lebanon Campus, Bloc C, Saloumi, Lebanon
Center Code: 54363

LYCEE ABDEL KADER

Address: Facing “batrakieh” School, Beirut, Lebanon
Center Code: 54335

NOTRE DAME DES ANGES DES PERES CAP

Address: Benoit Barakat Street, Badaro – Beirut, Lebanon
Center Code: 54302

NOTRE DAME U

Address: Zouk Mosbeh, Kesserwan, Lebanon
Center Code: 54303

RAWDA HS

Address: Old Airport Rd, Beirut, Lebanon
Center Code: 54330

U OF BALAMAND

Address: El-koura, El-koura, Lebanon
Center Code: 54340

UNIV OF THE HOLY SPIRIT

Address: Bldg E – Faculty Of Agriculture, Kaslik, Lebanon
Center Code: 54353

UNIVERSAL COLL

Address: Facing Druze Court-lower Gate, Aley, Lebanon
Center Code: 54338

More about Lebanon

  • ACEINLAND: Modern history of Lebanon from World War I to today, covering all major events on politics, economy, society, and technology.

Civil War 1975–90 / 91

With the outbreak of heavy fighting between Christian militias (especially the Forces Libanaises [FL] under Gemayel) and military formations of various denominational forces, which were grouped around the Druze leader K. D. Djumblat (* around 1917, † [murdered] 1977) and by the guerrilla fighters of the PLO were supported, a second civil war began on April 23, 1975, which became increasingly intertwined with the Arab-Israeli Middle East conflict. While the forces around Djumblat called for a reform of the “Lebanese system”, the Phalange and the National Liberal Party (PNL), led by Chamoun, formed the Lebanese Front to defend this system. Elias Sarkis (* 1924, † 1985), Elected president in 1976, tried in vain to restore Lebanon’s de facto broken unity.

In April 1976, Syria in the north (Beirut), from October 1976 as part of an Arab deterrent force, intervened in the civil war in favor of the Christian Lebanese “right wing”. In view of the increased rapprochement between the Lebanese front and Israel, Syria broke with it and from then on supported the groups associated with the PLO; fierce fighting broke out between Syrian troops and Christian militias. Under the impression of Syrian troops advancing in Lebanon (as far as Beirut), Israel intervened on 14/15. 3. 1978 in southern Lebanon, in order to make his security interests clear, but withdrew again in June 1978 after the stationing of a UN peacekeeping force (UNIFIL, abbreviation for United Nations Interim Forces in Lebanon; from March 1978) in southern Lebanon, however, supported the establishment of “Free Lebanon” on a small strip of territory directly on its border (April 1979) by Christian militias. In February 1980 Syrian troops withdrew from Beirut.

After the assassination attempt by Palestinian Arabs on the Israeli ambassador in London (June 4, 1982), Israeli forces (over 100,000 men) again invaded southern Lebanon on June 6. With their advance on Beirut and the inclusion of West Beirut, where the PLO headquarters was located, the Lebanon War expanded into the 5th Israeli-Arab War. It claimed many victims on all sides, including among the civilian population. Militarily, Israel v. a. to smash the fighting units of the PLO operating in southern Lebanon and thereby prevent attacks by Palestinian guerrilla groups on Jewish settlements in northern Israel. Politically, it sought to set up a regime friendly to Israel. It forced the withdrawal of the PLO from Lebanon (summer 1982) through diplomatic channels (especially with the help of the USA). Check insidewatch to see Asia Religion.