You may have recently heard that the SAT is changing — and changing drastically (some even say it may be more challenging than the current test).
It is easy to get lost in the myriad of changes the College Board has planned for the new SAT, set to debut in the Spring of 2016. So we here at Magoosh have designed this easy-on-the-eyes infographic to make all these changes a little easier to digest.
Check it out, share it with your friends, and let us know what you think about the changes by leaving us a comment at the bottom of the post! 🙂
Find Out How the SAT’s Changes Affect You
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What do you think? Will the New SAT be harder than the Old SAT? Don’t forget that a new SAT means a new PSAT!. Learn how the PSAT will be changing (hint: there will be more than one!).
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SAT Question of the Day
2x – 3(x – 6) ≤ 28 + 4x. What is the solution for the inequality?