Digital SAT Test Day Essentials: What to Bring and What to Leave Behind for Maximum Success

All about what items to bring and what to leave behind when heading to the Digital SAT test center.

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Are you preparing for the Digital SAT? It's essential to know what you should and shouldn't bring on your test day. We've compiled a list of must-haves and optional items based on the official College Board website to make your test experience as smooth as possible.

The Must-Haves

Here's a list of items you definitely need to bring on test day:

  • A fully charged testing device with the Bluebook™ app installed (check the specific device requirements) → https://bluebook.collegeboard.org/technology/devices
  • Face covering (if required at your test center).
  • Your up-to-date admission ticket.
  • Valid photo ID.
  • Pencils or pens for scratch work.
  • An approved calculator for the Math section (though Bluebook has an embedded calculator).
  • Epinephrine auto-injectors (like EpiPens) are allowed without special accommodations. Place them in a clear bag and store them under your desk during testing. For other medications and medical devices, contact Services for Students with Disabilities on the College Board website.
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Nice-to-Have Items

These items aren't essential, but they might come in handy:

  • A watch without an audible alarm (Bluebook's app has a built-in timer, but you might want to time your break).
  • A device charger, in case your testing device can't hold a charge for 3 hours.
  • A bag or backpack.
  • A drink or snacks for your break.

Now you know what to bring on test day, thanks to the official College Board website. Good luck, and may the scores be ever in your favor!

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