The College Board maker of the SAT has created a new version set to debut on March 5, 2016. The new SAT will measure what you have learned in high school and what is necessary to be successful in college. The new changes are optional essay, no penalty for guessing, and new vocabulary. The new SAT will now consist of 4 parts. These parts are reading, writing and language, math, and the optional essay. The test will take 3 hours and 50 minutes with the essay or 3 hours without. To learn more about the New SAT visit Inside the Test.
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It is highly encourage that you study. We recommend studying at least 1 hour a day. One point on your test score can mean the difference of thousands of dollars. Another study resource for the New SAT is Khan Academy. It is a free resource that tracks your progress and indicates areas in which you need to further study.