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SATs on Saturday, October 1st

Directions to Tests:

SAT Reasoning exam and all Nonstandard exams will be held in Morse Hall SAT Subject exams will be held in Smith Center

Morse Hall is located at 16 Salem Street just before the intersection with Highland Road. Parking is available in the Gelb Science Building lot off of Salem Street. Signs will be posted. Smith Center is located at 212 Main Street, south of the Main street/Salem Street intersection, near mile marker 144.6.

Test Day Instructions:

Students should arrive by 7:45am. They will find seating charts posted in the lobby for Morse Hall and in the Cage for Smith Center. They should find their name on the roster and determine the room, row, and seat they will test in.

Students will be called to their respective test rooms prior to 8:00am. Parents are not allowed in the testing room or to remain in the test building during the test.

Students can only be dismissed when the test finishes. The SAT Reasoning exam ends at approximately 1:00pm. Students may not be dismissed early. SAT Subject students may leave at the end of any of the three tests. Each test last approximately one hour.

Students MUST HAVE the following:

  • A picture ID (Acceptable IDs are School IDs, Driver’s License or Passports.) 
  • Printed Test Admission Ticket 

Students without an ID and Admission Ticket will not be allowed to test! 

Students should also bring: 

  • a supply of # 2 pencils 
  • an approved calculator, with extra batteries
  • Students should not bring the following: 
  • Pens 
  • Cell phones
  • Notes, books, dictionaries, or scratch paper 
  • Rulers, protractors or compass 
  • Food or drinks, except for closed water bottles or snacks which can be consumed at the break 
  • PDAs, computers or portable listening devices.

Students wishing to test on the Wait List must register with College Board and bring a Wait List Admission Ticket and ID. Wait List Testers will be listed at the end of the Seating Chart.

There are nearly 30,000 Andover and Abbot Alumni.

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