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The College Board announced March 5 that it will be making changes to the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)–the first changes since 2005.
The changes seem to be in response to two forces — states’ adoption of the Common Core and the rising popularity of the ACT, which for the first time in the last year was taken by more students than was the SAT. 338 more words
Students preparing to take the SAT: your prayers have been answered. Say good-bye to required essays, penalties for wrong answers and uncommon vocabulary words like “prevaricator” and “sagacious.” 569 more words
The SAT announced major changes in the exam, according to this NY Times article. Some of them include:
Yesterday it was announced that the SAT would be revising its test for the second time in just over a decade. To help you prepare for the next version of this popular standardized test, find here an outline of the changes plus other important announcements from The College Board that will impact future college admissions. 1,791 more words