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Important information about the SAT’s! READ CAREFULLY. The SAT’s have added new security regulations – NO EXCEPTIONS You must have your SAT Admission ticket and a valid photo ID on test day or you will be turned away .
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Important information about the SAT’s!READ CAREFULLY The SAT’s have added new security regulations – NO EXCEPTIONS • You must have your SAT Admission ticket and a valid photo ID on test day or you will be turned away. • All information from your ID (name, birthdate, etc) must match your admission ticket exactlyor you will be turned away. • Admission tickets will now require an uploaded photo of you. This must be facing front, show your whole face, and can not include any other people or animals. If your photo does not meet these criteria you will be turned away. • Any time you leave the testing room you must have your admission ticket and ID with you, if you do not have them you will not be able to re-enter or finish your test. • There will no longer be walk-in admission on test day. You can no longer change your test date or testing site on the day of the test. Sign up for the test you want to take and be there on that day! A valid ID is a current (not expired) government issued ID with your name and a photo of you. This can be a school ID, drivers license, state ID card, military ID card, or a passport. You must have the actual ID, not a photocopy! If the information on your ID does not exactly match the information on your Admission ticket you will be turned away. Check your ticket before the day of he test! You must upload a passport-style photo for your admission ticket when registering for the SAT’s. An acceptable photo looks like this: Your photo absolutely can NOT have anything covering your face or include any other people. Unacceptable photo’s mean you will be turned away.