About Bluebook Digital Testing
The digital testing applications are user-friendly and designed to keep testing smooth and secure.
Test Day Toolkit: Test Administration
Coordinators and staff use Test Day Toolkit to create room rosters, take attendance, and proctor the test. They’ll need a College Board professional account to access it. They can use it on any device that connects to the internet—no installation required.
Bluebook: Student Testing
Students use Bluebook to take the exam on a device that meets minimum specifications. An internet connection is required at the start and end of the exam, but students can keep testing if their connection drops momentarily.
When to Install Bluebook
Install Bluebook early enough to support student practice and school readiness activities.
Bluebook releases occasionally require a new deployment. Find out if you need to update Bluebook.
International SAT Administrations
If students at your school are using a managed device to take the SAT at an international test center, install Bluebook early to give them time to set up the exam, take full-length practice tests, and explore Bluebook tools and features.
SAT preview questions and full-length practice tests are available now to any student.
Digital AP Exams
In 2023, 7 subjects have a digital option. Consult with your school’s designated AP coordinator to make sure you install Bluebook early enough to support their readiness activities.
Digital AP preview questions will be available in April. Practice resources are available in AP Classroom.
PSAT 8/9 and PSAT/NMSQT
Consult with your school’s test coordinator to make sure you install Bluebook early enough to support their readiness activities. In 2023, practice tests will be available in spring for PSAT/NMSQT and in fall for PSAT 8/9.