Like all testing rooms, the rooms in which you administer the digital test should be free from distractions, have adequate lighting and ventilation, and have restrooms nearby.
There should be a clock visible to students, and anything related to test content should be out of view.
Digital testing rooms should have one device available for each student, and one device designated for the proctor.
Students must sit in chairs with backs, and we strongly recommend using partitions between desks. This differs from paper testing requirements, which don't allow partitions.
Acceptable seating arrangements depend on whether you use partitions. One benefit of using partitions is that it allows students to sit face to face.
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Digital Testing Room Quick Start Guide
A quick-start guide for test day. Supplements the Digital SAT Testing Room Manual, the Digital PSAT 10 Coordinator Manual, and the Digital PSAT 8/9 Coordinator Manual, where you'll find detailed test day instructions.
Digital PSAT 8/9 Coordinator Manual
Includes information for test coordinators on school setup, security, and staffing and space needs. Also includes official test day scripts and testing room procedures for proctors.