SAT Test Centers and Dates in Tennessee

By | March 18, 2019

According to the College Board, there are 20 test centers for SAT and SAT Subject Tests in Tennessee. 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 Tennessee.

SAT Test Centers and Dates in Tennessee

2019 – 2020 SAT Test Dates in Tennessee

  • 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 Tennessee

BEARDEN HS

Address: 8352 Kingston Pike, Knoxville, tn 37919
Center Code: 43148

BETHEL UNIVERSITY

Address: Bethel Court, Mckenzie, tn 38201
Center Code: 43181

BRENTWOOD HS

Address: 5304 Murray Ln, Brentwood, tn 37027
Center Code: 43104

CENTENNIAL HS

Address: 5050 Mallory Lane, Franklin, tn 37067
Center Code: 43131

CHRISTIAN BROTHERS HS

Address: 5900 Walnut Grove Rd, Memphis, tn 38120
Center Code: 43197

CHUCKEY-DOAK HIGH SCHOOL

Address: 365 Ripley Island Rd, Afton, tn 37616
Center Code: 43321

DOBYNS-BENNETT HS

Address: 1 Tribe Way, Kingsport, tn 37664
Center Code: 43155

DYERSBURG HS

Address: 125 Highway 51 By-pass West, Dyersburg, tn 38024
Center Code: 43121

EAST TENNESSEE STATE U

Address: Warf-pickel Hall, Johnson City, tn 37614
Center Code: 43150

HUME-FOGG ACADEMIC HS

Address: 700 Broadway, Nashville, tn 37203
Center Code: 43221

LIPSCOMB U

Address: One University Park Drive, Nashville, tn 37204
Center Code: 43210

LIVINGSTON ACAD

Address: 120 Melvin Johnson Dr, Livingston, tn 38570
Center Code: 43175

MARYVILLE COLL

Address: Lawson Auditorium In Fayerweather, Maryville, tn 37804
Center Code: 43180

MCCALLIE SCH

Address: 500 Dodds Avenue, Chattanooga, tn 37404
Center Code: 43115

POPE JOHN PAUL II HS

Address: 117 Caldwell Dr, Hendersonville, tn 37075
Center Code: 43188

SMYRNA HS

Address: 100 Bulldog Dr, Smyrna, tn 37167
Center Code: 43500

STONE MEMORIAL HS

Address: 2800 Cook Rd, Crossville, tn 38571
Center Code: 43138

THE WEBB SCH

Address: 319 Webb Road East, Bell Buckle, tn 37020
Center Code: 43100

U SCH OF NASHVILLE

Address: 2000 Edgehill Ave, Nashville, tn 37212
Center Code: 43222

UU CENTER FOR CONTINUING STUDIES

Address: Not Located On Uu’s Main Campus, Jackson, tn 38305
Center Code: 43145
SAT Testing Locations in Tennessee

Knoxville

Knoxville [ n ɔ KSV ɪ l], city in East Tennessee, USA, on the Appalachental on the Tennessee River, 173,300 residents; the metropolitan area has 616,100 residents; University (founded 1794); seat of the Tennessee Valley Authority since 1933; Art museum; Mechanical engineering, chemical, clothing, marble industries; Tobacco market.

Knoxville was founded in 1786 as White’s Fort as a border post against the Indians and was renamed Knoxville in 1791 after General Henry Knox (* 1750, † 1806). 1792–96 it was the capital of the area south of the Ohio, 1796–1812 and 1817–19 of the state of Tennessee.

Chattanooga

Chattanooga [t ʃ ætə nu ː gə], City, Tennessee, USA, on navigable Tennessee River, 167,700 residents (Metropolitan Area 529,200 residents); University; Opera; Art Museum (Hunter Art Gallery); Insurance, mechanical engineering, textile, chemical and others Industry; Tourism.

In the vicinity of Chattanooga, which was of strategic importance for the Confederate as a railway junction, the Union troops under General U. Grant victorious over the Confederate troops under B. Bragg (November 23-25, 1863) in the Civil War.

Some Notable Tennessee Natives and Residents

  • William Blount (William Blount, 1749–1800) was a famous statesman of the period of formation of the United States. Born in North Carolina, but later lived in Tennessee.
  • Andrew Jackson (1767-1845) – 7th President of the United States. Born in the Waxhaw area on the border of North Carolina and South Carolina, but later lived in Tennessee.
  • Sequoyah (Sequoyah, c. 1770-1843) – an outstanding educator of the Cherokee people. Born in the village of Tuskegee.
  • David “Davy” Crockett (David “Davy” Crockett, 1786-1836) – the famous pioneer, soldier and politician, the hero of American folklore. Born in the village of Limestone.
  • James Knox Polk (James Knox Polk, 1795-1849) – 11th President of the United States. Born in North Carolina, but later lived in Tennessee.
  • David Glasgow Farragut (David Glasgow Farragut, 1801–1870) was a naval officer and first admiral in the US Navy. Born in the village of Campbells Station (now – the city of Farragut).
  • Andrew Johnson (Andrew Johnson, 1808-1875) – 17th President of the United States. Born in North Carolina, but later lived in Tennessee.
  • Hattie Wyatt Caraway (1878-1950) – politician, first woman elected to the US Senate. Born in the village of Bakerville.
  • Alvin Cullum “Sergeant York” York(1887–1964) was a World War I hero. Born in the village of Pall Mall.
  • John Thomas Scopes (John Thomas Scopes, 1900–1970) was a schoolteacher known for violating Charles Darwin’s ban on teaching evolution in schools in 1925. Born in Kentucky but later lived in Tennessee.
  • James Rufus Agee (James Rufus Agee, 1909–1955) was a popular writer and journalist. Born in Knoxville.
  • Dina Shore (Dinah Shore, 1916–1994) is a popular singer and actress. Born in Winchester.
  • Benjamin Lawson Hooks (Benjamin Lawson Hooks, 1925-2010) is one of the leaders of the civil rights movement for black Americans. Born in the city of Memphis.
  • Elvis Aaron Presley (Elvis Aaron Presley, 1935–1977) is a legendary singer and actor known as the “King of Rock and Roll”. Born in Mississippi but later lived in Tennessee.
  • Morgan Freeman (Morgan Freeman, 1937–) is a famous actor and director. Born in the city of Memphis.
  • Tina Turner (Tina Turner, 1939–) is a popular singer and actress. Born in Brownsville.
  • Aretha Louise Franklin (Aretha Louise Franklin, 1942-2018) – famous singer and songwriter, known as the “Queen of Soul”. Born in Memphis.
  • Dolly Rebecca Parton (Dolly Rebecca Parton, 1946–) is a famous singer and songwriter, one of the most popular country music performers. She was born in Pitman Center.
  • Albert Arnold “Al” Gore Jr. / (Albert Arnold “Al” Gore Jr., 1948–) – 45th Vice President of the United States. Born in Washington, DC, but later lived in Tennessee.
  • Cybill Lynne Shepherd (1950–) is a popular actress. Born in Memphis.