Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)
CISM is SAT Testing Center No. 74965. Please go to the College Board Website for test dates and registration details.
Test Day Health and Safety Protocols for SAT Testing Center No. 74965:
- Students must fill out the online health declaration form the day before the test date.
- Students must observe proper health and safety protocols, and wear a mask and face shield.
- A student is required to present a negative Covid-19 antigen test result or negative RT-PCR test result taken within 72 hours of the start time of the SAT exam in order to be allowed into the testing room.
- A student will not be allowed to take the SAT if the temperature taken on-site is over 37.5°C, exhibits Covid-19 symptoms, or does not wear a mask and face shield.
- Please arrive at least 45 minutes before the start of the test. Those who arrive after the test administration has begun will not be allowed to take the exam. Total test time is 2 hours and 55 minutes, including two 5-minute breaks.
- Any electronic devices listed under prohibited items must be switched off for the duration of the test and placed in the student’s bag, which will be placed on one side of the testing room away from the desks. If any disturbance emanates from a student’s electronic devices during the test, that student will not be allowed to continue and will be dismissed from the testing room.
What to Bring:
- Face mask and face shield
- Student ID with photo and SAT admission ticket
- No. 2 pencils (you may bring extra pencils)
- Approved calculator (you may bring an extra calculator or batteries) that must not make any noise during operation
- Your own snacks and water
- Smartphones, mobile phones
- Smartwatches, fitness watches/devices or other wearable technology
- Any electronic or personal computing devices other than the approved calculator
- Mechanical pencils, pens, or highlighters
- Books or references of any kind
- Papers of any kind, including scratch paper
- Compasses, rulers, protractors, or cutting devices
- Timers, cameras, recording devices