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Do I NEED my admission ticket to get in?

Rosh420Rosh420 - Posts: 823 Member
edited November 2007 in SAT Preparation
Normally I print my Admission ticket the night before the exam at the local Kinkos. However, my mom went to New York today and I have no way of reaching Kinkos (it's too far away). I'm wondering if I MUST have my admission ticket in order to get into the testing room?

What if I copy the essentials off of my ticket word for word on a printing paper, would that suffice? I recall my friend saying he didn't have his admission ticket and he still got to test. Answers please.
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Replies to: Do I NEED my admission ticket to get in?

  • jsmith7651jsmith7651 Registered User Posts: 449 Member
    I think you need to have the admission ticket. Go to the your friends house in your sub.. or some neighbor.. say.. can you print this for me....
  • Rosh420Rosh420 - Posts: 823 Member
    I know no one in the neighbordhood I live in. Omg. Anyone else know for sure?
  • CuongCuong Registered User Posts: 331 Member
    How about your friends? God! This is a disaster.
  • noobcakenoobcake Registered User Posts: 1,736 Senior Member
  • ScythianEmpiresScythianEmpires Registered User Posts: 42 Junior Member
    As I recall, the proctor for my SAT had to check off on each individual's admission ticket while the testers came in before taking the SAT.

    Is there somebody you can call or email for help? Or a local library within walking distance that might have printers?
  • IbanezIbanez Registered User Posts: 106 Junior Member
    Find a neighbor with internet and a printer and ask nicely. If not, then you really need to go to a library or something to print it out.
  • Easton722Easton722 Registered User Posts: 466 Member
    Do whatever you have to have your admission ticket but I remember that this kid didn't have his admission ticket, but he had his number, and the staff knew him because he attended the school, so he let him fly, but ask them if you can print it there...but either way, make sure you have written your stuff down 100% CORRECTLY if you cannot print it
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