Weekend SAT Testing - May 8, 2021 - Updates
South County will be hosting the SAT, SAT with Essay, and SAT Subject Tests on Saturday, May 8. Students must have registered through College Board to take these tests.
Updated Parking information for May 8
- Students with last names A-L taking the SAT and SAT with Essay should park in the front parking lot and check in at Entrance 1.
- Students with last names M-Z taking the SAT and SAT with Essay should park in the faculty parking lot and check in at Entrance 15.
Report to your designated SCHS entrance promptly at 7:30 AM. For other details regarding what to bring and social distancing protocols, please see below from the October 3rd Weekend SAT.
Weekend SAT Testing - October 3, 2020 - Updates
South County will be hosting the SAT, SAT with Essay, and SAT Subject Tests on Saturday, October 3rd. Students must have registered through College Board to take these tests.
The following updates for SAT Weekend Testing apply to the October 3rd Test:
Students must bring the following materials with them on the day of the exam, which are required to take the assessment.
- Photo ID – a method of identification including a picture that is NOT expired. Examples include:
- School Picture ID
- Driver’s License/Learner’s Permit with Picture
- College Board Test Ticket – Make sure picture on test ticket allows us to clearly identify you.
- Mask -
- Masks are required to be worn at all times. Please refer to the FCPS SAT, ACT, and PSAT Health & Safety Protocols page if you have further questions.
- Students must provide their own mask, and it will be inspected prior to testing.
- In compliance with FCPS regulation 2109, students may remove masks temporarily to drink or eat, when they are appropriately distanced.
- Per FCPS regulation 2109, any individual seeking exemption from the mask due to a medical condition, shall produce to school officials the written statement of his or her physician confirming that not wearing a mask is medically necessary.
- No. 2 pencils- do NOT bring bring mechanical pencils or pens – pencils will NOT be available on Test day
- Emergency contact information - this is simply a piece of paper with your name and a contact phone number in case of emergency (since many of us don’t have phone numbers memorized in this technological era anymore)
Students are permitted to bring the following materials.
- Hand sanitizers and/or wipes - May be taken into the exam room but must remain underneath the desk while the exam is underway
- Approved calculator - Schools will not provide calculators on the day of testing.
- Food/water - May be taken into the exam room but must remain underneath the desk while the exam is underway and may be accessed outside of the testing room only during breaks, unless a specific accommodation allows otherwise
Students are prohibited to use the following materials in the testing room and during breaks.
- Use of electronic devices is prohibited from the time the student is admitted to the building until they are dismissed at the end of the test, including break times. Specifically:
- Students may not handle or access a cell phone or electronic device 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 removed from the testing room
- Recommendation: do not bring your electronic device into the building!!!
Arrival and Check-In -
- Report to your designated SCHS entrance promptly at 7:30 AM.
- You will be turned away if you are not wearing a mask that meets FCPS guidelines or if you try to enter the testing site with materials that are not approved for testing.
- Walk-ins will not be permitted. Only students who have registered for the exam through College Board and have a test ticket confirming South County as their testing location will be allowed to test.
Maintain social distancing once you are in the classroom within your testing site. Keep your mask on during testing at all times, even during breaks. There may even be limitations on restroom use due to social distancing requirements.
Dismissal and Pick-Up
After you are finished testing and have submitted your appropriate materials, you will be dismissed from your testing room. You must leave your testing room while wearing your face covering and socially distancing from other testers and continue to do so until you are off of school grounds.
Approximate Dismissal Times
Subject Tests: varies depending on number of tests taken
SAT without essay: 12:30 PM
SAT with essay: 1:30 PM
SAT with extended time: 1:30 PM
If you have any questions about Saturday SAT procedures, please email the SAT Coordinator, Terri Smith, at @email.
If you have questions regarding the SAT Test itself, you can access the SAT Student Guide here for details.