New SAT part of a changing admissions process
from USA Today
Everybody loves to hate the SAT, but the breathtaking changes to the 88-year-old college entrance exam unveiled recently caught just about everybody by surprise. The new test, due in the spring of 2016, will make the dreaded essay optional and return the test's perfect score from its current 2,400-point-scale to 1,600 points. It will shrink total test time by 45 minutes and abandon vocabulary questions built around what even College Board President David Coleman conceded is a "wall of obscure words."
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