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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.

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BAHRAIN BAYAN SCH

Address: Bldg 230, Road 4111, Isa Town, Bahrain
Center Code: 52235

GULF UNIVERSITY

Address: Bldg 1964, Rd 4643, Block 743, Sanad, Bahrain, Center Code: 52245
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NASEEM INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL

Address: Building No. 30, Road No. 18, West Riffa, Bahrain, Center Code: 52208

RIFFA VIEWS INTL SCHOOL

Address: Building 407, Road 4303, Riffa, Bahrain
Center Code: 52233
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THE INTERNATIONAL SCH OF CHOUEIFAT

Address: Amwaj Islands Area 257, Road 59, Manama, Bahrain, Center Code: 52234

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Make your way to the exam site

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.

CHECKLIST FOR SAT EXAM DAY

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.

Test Morning:

  1. Get up early and eat a nutritious breakfast. Here are some suggestions: eggs, toast, cereal, bagels, fruit, juice, cheese, and milk.
  2.  Stick to your routine if you drink coffee or tea. But if you don’t drink caffeine every day, Test Day isn’t the time to start. You require steady, slow-burning energy today.
  3.  Arrive at the test site early. When you arrive at the testing location, try to avoid nervous people. You don’t want their nervous energy to rub off on you!

What not to bring?

  1. Mobile Phone – Leave your cell phone at home or in your car. If you must bring your phone into the testing center, it must be turned off and handed over to your proctor.
  2.  Other Electronics – Leave any smartwatches or electronic fitness devices at home. Even if you have the best of intentions, the presence of electronic devices can invalidate not only your scores but also the scores of everyone else in the room.
  3.  Other Tools – Unless you have testing accommodations that specifically allow them, do not bring a highlighter, ruler, or any other tools.

GENERAL ADVICE

  • Nothing should be left blank. “There is no penalty for guessing, so go ahead and guess if you don’t know the answer – you might get lucky!”
  •  Apply the process of elimination. “When you get the feeling that you might need to guess, crossing out options as you go along really helps.” When you confidently eliminate an option, your chances of choosing the correct answer from the remaining options increase. Even if you have no idea how to answer a question, try to eliminate any obvious wrong answers – and then guess from the ones that remain.”
  • Hide the options. “I always try to come up with an answer before looking at the options.” This helps me avoid being distracted by answer options that appear to be good before I have a chance to figure it out for myself.”
  •  Take your time. “It can be difficult to get through each section in the limited time available, let alone get the right answers and double check everything!” Skip questions that will take longer and return to them later if you have time. On your first pass, don’t spend more than 1.5 minutes on any question.” 
    • Believe in yourself. “When I was taking practice tests, I had no trouble finishing the sections on time, but I’d then spend the extra minutes reviewing and second-guessing my initial answers.” I discovered that I frequently switched from the correct answer to the incorrect one simply because I doubted myself!
    • ” Boil in batches.” I use a system that prevents me from accidentally entering incorrect answers. I answer five questions by circling my answer choices on the test, then I bubble in the answers on the answer sheet. I believe it also saves time. It’s inefficient to bubble in answers after each question – imagine all that hand movement! But don’t wait until the end of the test to fill in the blanks.
    • Make good use of any extra time you have. “Make good use of any extra time you have at the end of a section.” No, re-reading all of those questions isn’t fun, but you’ll be so grateful if you find any errors. The same is true for the answer grid; make sure your answers are in the correct bubbles!”