A few thoughts if you’re scheduled to take tomorrow’s SAT.
Confirm that your test center will be open, as some test centers may be closed and the March 14th SAT cancelled due to the coronavirus.
If you’re still scheduled to take the test, minimize your stress tomorrow morning by getting organized ahead of time. The last thing you need on test morning is a desperate scramble. These are some of the things you can do tonight to get your big day off to a great start:
First, check with your parents to make sure they know when and where you’re scheduled to take the test, and arrange how you’ll get to the test center. Next, gather and pack all the things you’ll need to take with you. Some of the things on this check list are “must-have” items, while others are optional.
REQUIRED: Don’t forget any of the following items or it will be a long ride home!
- An approved calculator
- Sharpened #2 pencils
- An acceptable form of photo ID
- Your admission or standby ticket
SUGGESTED: These are things you may want to bring along.
- Back-up calculator
- Extra batteries for your calculator
- Watch (to keep track of time)
Set your alarm, get a good night’s sleep and have a healthy, satisfying breakfast.