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Things to Bring on SAT Test Day

Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) is a reasoning type test, which is conducted for admissions at the undergraduate level, in various colleges/universities in the United States. The test is generally conducted for analyzing the student’s skills in reading, writing and Mathematics. The Educational Testing Service (ETS), which administers the SAT test and the College Board, which publishes and develops the test, have set some guidelines for what to bring and what not to bring on SAT test day. You are allowed to bring the following thingson SAT test day:
What to Bring on Scholastic Aptitude Test
  • Admission Ticket
  • Two pencils (No. 2) with a soft eraser
  • Photo identification (driving license, school ID card, Government issued ID, School ID Form, passport)
  • Calculator (graphic calculators, scientific calculators)
  • A watch
  • A drink or snacks (for the break)
Things Not to Bring on Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)
You are not allowed to bring these following things at the test center:
  • Scratch paper
  • Notes, books or dictionary
  • Highlighters or colored pencils
  • Separate timer
  • Camera or other photographic equipment
  • Compass, protector, ruler or any kind of aid
  • Cell phone, pager, personal digital assistant
  • MP3 player

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