2 Test Security Is Your Security The College Board and our test administration partner ETS have test security policies that are designed to:Give every student a standardized and fair testPrevent anyone from gaining an unfair advantage on test day
3 Ensuring Test Security and Fairness The College Board and ETS have multiple tools and processes in place to deter and detect testing irregularities.We work to prevent:Test-taker impersonationCopying answers from other test-takersCommunication between test-takersTheft of test questions and answers
4 How Test Security Works Here are some of the tools we use: Standardized test procedures and secure test materialsActive proctoring in testing rooms to closely observe test-takersMultiple ID and Admission Ticket checks throughout the test centerRegulated seating arrangements and seat assignmentsProhibition of cell phones and other electronic devices that could be used to share test items or answersAnalysis of test data to identify suspicious answer patterns or widely variant scores
5 Information for Students Students will be prompted to submit an acceptable photo during registration.Students must indicate their date of birth, gender, high school code and grade level when they register.Test day changes and standby testing are not allowed.Most students will be required to submit an acceptable photo to register.Registrations that are missing any required information or an acceptable photo will be returned unprocessed.
6 Registering for the SAT® and SAT Subject Tests™ A student must provide a photo to register. The photo must be a recognizable image of the test-taker. Photos become part of the student’s Admission Ticket.Online registration:Students upload a digital photo for online registration.Online registrations without information in all required fields cannot be completed.Paper registration:Students tape an acceptable photo to the paper registration form.Paper registrations without all required fields completed will be returned unprocessed.All photos must meet College Board photo requirements, which can be found in the Registration Guide for the SAT and SAT Subject Tests or online at sat.org/photo-requirements.
7 The Admission Ticket with Photo The student’s photo becomes part of the Admission Ticket.The student must bring the ticket along with acceptable photo ID for entry to the test center.
8 Learn more at sat.org/test-day. On Test DayTo enter the testing site, a student must present:An acceptable government- or school-issued photo IDA printed copy of his or her SAT® Admission Ticket or SAT Waitlist TicketIMPORTANT NOTES:The SAT Student ID Form is available if a student does not have an acceptable ID. The counselor can go to satresourcecenter.collegeboard.org/registration to print a blank form and follow the instructions for creating an acceptable photo ID for the student.The name on the photo ID must exactly match the name on the Admission Ticket, and the photo on the ticket and ID must clearly resemble the test-taker’s appearance.Learn more at sat.org/test-day.
10 More Online and Printed Resources Registration GuideTest day policies and requirements can be found at sat.org/test-day.
11 What You Can Do to Ensure Test Security and Fairness Learn about the College Board’s Test Security and Fairness policies at sat.org/test-day.Report any suspected violation of these policies to the Office of Testing Integrity:On test day only, callAt any time, you can report violations by fax orFax:We need your help — if you see something, say something!All information will be held strictly confidential.
12 SAT® Test SecurityTo learn more, visit sat.org/test-day.THANK YOU!