I feel stupid on one hand, and somewhat free on another....my son is taking the PSAT this weekend and he is taking it at a private school (we homeschool). No one at this school knows my son in any way, we chose this school as we liked the testing site better than the local public school (smaller, more quiet, etc). I signed him up and have had multiple emails with the principal and never once mentioned diabetes. It's kind of cool to me that I don't think of that first anymore!! But duh, I should probably let them know! I got an email outlining what they can and can't have and it specifically says no phones and no "electronic gadgets". I know the tester isn't a gadget and they are referring to ipods/games and such, but do I need to do anything special to have his stuff on hand? Do I just have a proctor hold onto it and ask for it or can he keep it with him? Anyone has experience in SAT/PSAT/college testing have any thoughts, please share. The email says they can have a drink and snacks, so I feel good there. I don't see him needing to inject during the test, but will let them know of the possibility. It is mostly his tester I want him to have easy access to. I guess I should just leave my cell # with someone on site too, just in case as he can't have his own phone, they are very strict about that (and for good reason I think). Thoughts?