SAT Test Centers Bahrain. Bahrain has 5 test locations for the SAT and SAT Subject Tests, according to the College Board. Please be aware that you must select your test day and venue before registering for either of the SAT examinations. Each testing site is connected to a university, community college, or high school that is a part of the educational system. The 2021 and 2022 SAT exams are given in Bahrain at one or more of the test centers listed below.
Some of you will not be taking the SAT Exam in high school, but the vast majority of you will! It is best to print instructions to the testing place or enter the address into your phone or GPS the night before to reduce stress and getting lost on test day. You’ll also need to figure out how to go to your new testing site right away if your old one is closed for whatever reason.
Before you go to bed, make sure you know exactly how you’re going to travel to the exam location, especially if you reside in Manama. If you need to find parking, plan ahead of time. If you rely on public transportation, check the timetable and make sure your subway/bus/train is running. Keep an eye out for any road closures. If you’re traveling with a friend or parent, make sure they’re aware of the requirements as well.
YOUR SAT EXAMINATION ENTRY TICKET: To get it, log in to your CollegeBoard account and remember to print your ticket.
VALID PHOTO ID: Bring your genuine ID, not a photocopy, and check it is not expired. See the CollegeBoard’s list of picture ID requirements for additional information.
ERASERS & PENCILS: On the SAT Exam, electronic pencils and pens are not permitted, including in the essay part. In the multiple-choice sections, using the wrong done in a particular might affect how your scantron is read, decreasing your score. Check that your pencil erasers are clean and fresh so that they don’t blur when you erase, them and that both pencils are sharpened.
CALCULATOR: Though calculators are not needed, they are permitted and will be useful throughout the calculator math part.
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