Minimum Age Requirement for ATSAT?

Bigey

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#2
There isn't one. The main thing is being able to qualify to even be eligible to take the AT-SAT. Either 4 years of school (college, not high school) or 3 years of progressively responsible work experience. You do have to be 18 to be an ATC'er though. I took the AT-SAT a few months after I turned 17.
 

genot

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#3
What Bigie said. The only thing he missed is it isn't either or with regards to education/work experience. 1.5 Years of college and 1.5 Years of working equals the 3 needed years. The way the work experience is worded is also exceptionally vague. You could have a job at 14 at McDonalds (doesn't say anything about full time) and progress responsibility through fry cook, grill, cashier etc and be able to apply at 17.
 

Bigey

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#4
What Bigie said. The only thing he missed is it isn't either or with regards to education/work experience. 1.5 Years of college and 1.5 Years of working equals the 3 needed years. The way the work experience is worded is also exceptionally vague. You could have a job at 14 at McDonalds (doesn't say anything about full time) and progress responsibility through fry cook, grill, cashier etc and be able to apply at 17.
Learn something new. I was always under the impression that education counted slower than work experience. Good to know!
 
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