No, you are not allowed to bring your mobile phone to the SAT test center. The College Board, which administers the SAT, strictly prohibits the use of mobile phones, smartwatches, fitness trackers, or any other wearable technology during the test. The only watches allowed are simple digital non-smartwatches or analog watches.
The reason for this policy is to maintain the integrity of the test and prevent any kind of cheating or unfair advantage. Mobile phones and other electronic devices can be used to access information or communicate with others during the test, which is strictly prohibited.
If you bring your mobile phone or any other prohibited device to the test center, you will be asked to leave it outside the testing room or in a designated storage area. You will not be allowed to access it during the test, and if you are caught using it, you will be disqualified and your scores will be cancelled.
Therefore, it’s important to double-check the College Board’s rules and regulations before you go to the test center to make sure you don’t bring any prohibited items with you. Instead, you should focus on preparing for the test and bringing the necessary items such as acceptable identification documents and other testing materials.