Test Coordinators

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We appreciate the time and effort you put in to ensure you and your staff are as prepared as possible.

Note: The password is the same for all PDF downloads that require one. It can be found in the latest email from College Board. Please share this password only with confirmed testing staff so they can also access their role-specific resources.

Start planning for test day by completing the following steps:

  • Step 1: Begin Planning for Test Day
    Recruit testing staff based on your center's historical registration and in line with the staffing guidelines (small centers with fewer than 50 registrations may only need 2 or 3 staff total). If space allows, plan for standard time rooms with least 20 seats. Reach out to your IT staff to set up your Wi-Fi network and install Bluebook on your school's managed devices. Share the Join the Staff for Our Digital SAT Weekend Administration Flyer with staff that you're planning to recruit.

    Note: Honoraria information for SY23–24 can be found on the ETS Supervisor website. Honoraria information for SY24–25 can be found here: Honoraria Information.
  • Step 2 (3 Weeks Before Test Day): Complete Coordinator and Staff Training
    Complete the online training course and review all testing staff resources, including: Share the training course and role-specific resources with staff as you recruit them. Add your staff into Test Day Toolkit and review your roster.
  • Step 3: Set Up Test Day Toolkit
    After we send you an email telling you when your roster is available, complete the required steps for setting up Test Day Toolkit for SAT Weekend, including:
    • Entering staff contact info immediately. As soon as you do, we'll send them a Test Day Toolkit access email.
    • Adding rooms.
    • Assigning students to rooms.
    • Assigning staff to roles and rooms.
  • Step 4 (2 Weeks Before Test Day): Prepare Your Network
    Get the complete Technical Readiness Checklist and connect technology staff to detailed specifications and guidance.
  • Step 5 (1 Week Before Test Day): Print and Display Resources
    They provide useful test day reminders for parents, guardians, and students.
    • The No Prohibited Devices Flyer tells students that all electronic devices except for testing devices will be collected before testing or confiscated if not turned in.
    • The Digital SAT Parent and Guardian Admin Flyer tells parents and guardians not to enter the building during testing. It also tells them when they should pick up their student and what happens to electronic devices (that aren't for testing) during testing.
    • The Digital SAT Test Day Requirements Flyer tells students what they need to know for their test center, what they should and shouldn't bring on test day, and what the test admission process is like.
    • The Bluebook Check-In Poster tells students your test center's Wi-Fi information before signing into the Bluebook testing app. Print and write in these details before displaying in the testing rooms.
    • The SAT Directional Signs help students and staff navigate the building to find the check-in area. Print and post as necessary in your test center to ensure a smooth admission process on test day.
  • Step 6: On Test Day
    Grant full Test Day Toolkit access to your staff. Arrive on time and have a successful administration. Submit test day irregularities in Test Day Toolkit, if applicable. Submit honoraria details for all staff.