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Test-Takers Aged 21 Years or Older

If you are counseling someone aged 21 or over, please advise them of the following identification and test-day restrictions.

Test-day requirements

Test-takers who are aged 21 or over as of the day of the test, as indicated on their valid ID, must present an official government-issued ID with a current and recognizable photograph (e.g. driver's license, passport) in order to be admitted to the test center. Expired identification is not acceptable. The name on the identification must match the name shown on the Admission Ticket. No other form of identification will be accepted.

Test-takers are given complete explanations of our test security requirements online and in the Student Registration Guide.

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Related Materials

Go to the SAT Downloads and Materials Ordering page to view and print these and other related materials:

  • The Paper Registration Guide for the SAT and SAT Subject Tests
  • SAT Subject Tests: A Guide for Educators
  • Subject Tests Brochure for Students
  • SAT Program Student Brochure, International edition
  • SAT Code List, U.S. version
  • SAT Code List, International version
  • Counselor's Guide to SAT Program Fee Waivers

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