Test Day Toolkit is the new way to administer the SAT. It's loaded with your test center roster and lots of timesaving features. Use it on a laptop, phone, tablet, or any other device with internet access.
Starting this year, Saturday test centers in the U.S. will use Test Day Toolkit to report irregularities and test center closures. But there's so much more you can do with it.
Simplify Test Center Management
Feedback from the Field
Test center coordinators and staff helped us develop Test Day Toolkit and tried it out in real SAT administrations. Here’s what they had to say:
"Very user friendly and intuitive. The check-in process worked wonderfully."
"I liked that I could see who checked in to the center before they showed up at my room."
"I loved the auto-setup feature and the printable room rosters."
"Where to begin?!?! Rosters changed my world! … And submitting the voucher was much simpler."
How Test Day Toolkit Works
- Before test day, the toolkit prompts coordinators to add rooms, click auto-setup to create room rosters, and assign staff.
- On test day, test center staff checks students in. Toolkit options include test center check-in (before room check-in) and a printable room directory you can post for students.
- You can also use the toolkit to combine rooms, check testing room status, complete digital irregularity reports and seating charts, and view the data you need to complete the ETS payment vouchers.
First-Time Access to the Toolkit
Follow the instructions in your access email, sent 3–4 weeks before Saturday SAT administrations:
- Click the button in the email.
- Sign in to your College Board professional account.
- Choose a phone number.
- Enter the code sent to your phone.
That's it! Next time, just go to testday.collegeboard.org and sign in.
Test Day Toolkit is available to most Saturday test centers in the U.S. We're working hard to expand access internationally.
Coordinators for test centers in the U.S. receive emails about three weeks before every Saturday administration.
If you're new to Test Day Toolkit, your email will contain a personalized access link. After that, you'll receive an email before each administration letting you know that the toolkit is loaded with your roster and ready to use.
If you're a proctor or monitor, you'll get an access email when your coordinator adds you to the Test Day Toolkit staff list.
If you're a coordinator for a Saturday test center in the U.S. and it’s three weeks before test day, check your junk email folder, then contact Test Administration Services (TAS).
If you're a proctor or monitor and your coordinator added you to their Test Day Toolkit staff list, check your junk email folder, then ask your coordinator to send you an email manually, using the toolkit.
These PDFs include instructions and troubleshooting tips:
Staff should ask their test coordinator to grant them full access; coordinators often wait until test day to do so.
Yes. The Test Day Toolkit help page includes tips and handouts.
The toolkit is not yet available for use with makeup tests.
Email TAS at email@example.com (include your name, title, and SAT test center number and location).
Regular hours: 8 a.m.–5 p.m. ET, Monday–Friday
Test day hours: Friday, 8 a.m. to Saturday, 6 p.m. ET, and Sunday, 8 a.m.–4 p.m. ET
(For the November test date, hours end at 8 p.m. ET, Friday, and reopen at 7 a.m. ET, Saturday.)