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Proctoring an SAT test is a part-time position that is typically available only to adults with a high school diploma. The job usually requires availability on weekends as most SAT tests are administered on Saturday mornings. Contact local schools in your area that administer the SAT test each year. Sometimes the individual schools are responsible for hiring proctors. If the schools in your area hire proctors, ask to have your name put on the list of proctors.
Get SAT practice questions and videos here! Since standardized tests are created to help show schools where student test takers line up in relation to fellow students, all tests need to be the same so that scores are fair. Standardization includes many factors, from giving all students the same test booklets and pencils, to making sure everyone takes the test in the same amount of time. Proctors are part of that standardization equation. Proctors help the SAT run smoothly and fairly by administering the test according to strict College Board standards. Keeping track of time is one of the most important tasks the proctor manages on SAT Saturday, and an efficient proctor can make a huge difference in your test taking experience. Since proctors control how much time you spend on each section of the SAT, plus how long you get for breaks, proctor performance is loosely correlated to your score. Of course, though proctor style varies, the SAT works hard to ensure standardization by giving each proctor the same script. The best way to know whether the proctor is properly following instructions is to know the instructions yourself! Check out these Magoosh blogs to brush up on SAT sections, timing, and rules so you know exactly what to listen for on test day.