Before you take the digital SAT, you'll need know what device you'll be testing with as well as any device requirements or technical specifications prior to downloading the Bluebook™ testing application.
You can run Bluebook on a Windows laptop or tablet, a Mac laptop, an iPad, or a school-managed Chromebook.
Before test day, you'll need to download Bluebook to the device you’re going to test with. Then 1–5 days before your test, you'll complete a quick exam setup. The application will confirm that your device meets all requirements, then it will download your test and generate your admission ticket.
Note: You can print your admission ticket or email it to yourself, so you have it handy on test day.
How to Download Bluebook
If you're going to test with a personal device, you can download the Bluebook application now and start practicing.
If you have a school-managed device, and you're able to download applications, you can complete this step yourself. If you're unable to download applications, ask your school to install Bluebook for you.