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SAT Test Day - What to bring on test day

It's SAT test day! Use the do's and don'ts below to help your child determine what to bring and what not to bring to his or her SAT test center.


What to Bring

Is your child wondering what to expect on SAT test day? He or she should visit the College Board's SAT Test Day Simulator to find out.


What NOT to Bring

  • Highlighters or pens
  • Scratch paper
  • A cell phone
  • An iPod
  • A camera
  • A timer with an audible alarm


Related Topics

  • Test day is over. Now what? Find out when your child's SAT scores will be available. Visit our SAT Score Reports page.

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