Juniors will take the SAT on Tuesday, April 10.
o #2 pencils (no mechanical pencils)
o Eraser
o Snack (eat during scheduled breaks)
o Watch with no audible alarm or communications/recording capabilities
o Electronic Devices of any kind including:
 Cell Phones/Phones of Any Kind
 Personal Computing Devices (laptops, notebooks, Bluetooth devices)
 Smartwatches/Wearable Technology that can be used to record, transmit,
or receive information
 Cameras
 Timers
 Audio Players/Recorders
o Highlighters, Mechanical Pencils, Pens, Dictionaries, Rulers
o Calculator (school will provide all students with an approved calculator)

To help ensure a successful testing experience, make sure your child arrives to school on time, is
fully rested, and is prepared to test. It is also important to make sure your child eats a good
dinner the night before and a good breakfast the morning of testing.
SAT School Day Student Guides have been distributed to students. A copy of the guide can be
downloaded at the following link:
https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/pdf/sat-school- day-student- guide.pdf