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Important Information

SAT 2021-22

 

In the attention of all students taking the SATs in our center over the 2021-22 school year! Please read these guidelines all visitors have to follow and notice that for access on campus, every candidate is required to show one of the following in paper form, or electronically:

  1. A COVID vaccination certificate. 10 days must have passed from the administration of the second dose of vaccine in order for the certificate to be accepted, OR
  2. A negative PCR test, not older than 72 hours at the time of entry. This should be a laboratory PCR test, and not a home antigen test, OR
  3. A COVID positive PCR test that shows that between 15 and 180 days have passed since the infection

Candidates unable to show one of the above will not be able to sit the tests.

Please do not come to the test center if you have any COVID-like symptoms, or if you think you have been exposed to the virus. 

We encourage you to arrive at the test center 5 minutes earlier than the regular admission time in order to make the access smooth. Thank you for your attention and support with these procedures!

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