The SAT exam, a cornerstone of admissions to American universities, has undergone many revisions since its inception in 1926. As trends in education change, so too do effective ways of measuring students’ aptitudes. Exams such as the SAT must continually adapt to external factors in order to continue to remain valid measures of students’ capabilities. Such changes make test preparation more difficult, as they vastly reduce the amount of available study material. Unfortunately for most current high school students, a new set of changes is set to take place in the spring of 2016.
The new changes, which were outlined in detail by the College Board earlier year, will be significant. Everything from the scoring to the timing to the content of the exam will be different...Read More