Saturday SAT

Westfield High School CEEB Code: 470406

Upcoming Dates (subject to change): 

March 9, 2024; May 4, 2024; June 1, 2024

Students should check their College Board accounts for admission tickets and other pertinent information. 

Please visit for a complete list of student suggestions, test day information, etc.

Contact Information:


  • If you requested to borrow a device from College Board directly (must have been arranged ahead of time), please arrive between 7:15 am and 7:30 am and proceed to the Career Center. 
  • Report to Westfield between 7:30 am and 7:45 am.  Students should access the building through Door 1 and follow signs to the cafeteria where you will wait until being dismissed to testing rooms.    
  • While waiting in the cafeteria, please plan to restart your device and access the Wi-Fi.  If you are using a non-FCPS managed device, you may need to manually click on the guest Wi-Fi.
  • If you feel sick the day of your test, please stay home and contact College Board’s customer service for your options. 
  • Upon arrival at testing rooms, students must present a valid ID.  Check the College Board website for allowable forms of identification.  This is mandatory and your name on the ID must match your name on the admission ticket.
  • Parents/guardians are not permitted in the building. Only students who are taking an exam may enter the building.
  • No walk-in students will be permitted to test.  We are currently unable to accommodate walk-in registrations.


  • Students using their own College Board approved device to take the Digital SAT must follow directions sent via email by College Board, including exam/Bluebook application set up. 
  • Students using their FCPS Chromebook will access Bluebook through the apps tab and do not need to download Bluebook separately. To access the app, students must first sign out of their student account. Next, click on “Apps” which should be found at the bottom of the screen. Finally, click on “Bluebook”.  Students should do this and then log in to their College Board accounts to access their admission ticket.  Be sure to refer to emails College Board sends out. 


Exam sites are unable to provide materials for studentsClick here for a complete checklist from College Board.

Required Materials for test day can all be found on the CB Website, but here is a list: 

  • Admission ticket - Admission ticket - Directions for printing the admission ticket are on the College Board website and in the email you will receive from College Board about test day.  Remember: the information on your admission ticket MUST match your valid ID!  You will not be allowed to take the SAT if the information does not match exactly. Please check your name and birthdate!
  • Valid Student Identification – click here for acceptable IDs
  • Fully charged testing device with the Bluebook application.  The test site is not required to provide electrical outlet access for standard time testers. 
  • Mask Note:  Masks are optional. If a student opts to wear a mask, the student will be asked to pull the mask down during check-in for ID verification and mask inspection.
  • No. 2 pencils (not mechanical pencils)
  • Emergency contact information 


Students are permitted to bring the following materials:

  • Approved calculator - Schools will not provide calculators on the day of testing. The digital SAT has an embedded graphing calculator. You may opt to bring your own approved calculator. 
  • Food/water - May be taken into the exam room but must remain underneath the desk while the exam is underway and may be accessed only during breaks unless a specific accommodation allows otherwise.  
  • A watch without an audible alarm.  The Bluebook application has a built-in timer that tells you exactly how much time you have left, but you may want to time your break.
  • A charging cable if your device cannot hold a 3-hour charge. (There is no guarantee of an available outlet. Please plan ahead.)
  • Hand sanitizers and/or wipes - May be taken into the exam room but must remain underneath the desk while the exam is underway

Prohibited Materials

Students may not handle or access a cell phone or electronic device that is not the device used for taking the test at any time in the testing room or during break times. This includes smart watches, fitness bands, and any other devices with recording, internet, or communication capabilities.  All devices, including cell phones and wearable devices, must be turned off and stored at a designated location if brought to the testing location.  

Study Resource

The College Board website is a great starting point for preparing for the test.

SAT Registration Changes/Refunds

Final Note

Please familiarize yourself with the new Digital SAT. It is very important that you are aware of the format changes, expectations, and requirements.