Guide to Standardized Testing for College
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On March 5, 2014 the College Board announced a significant redesign of the SAT. Click here to read the official announcement of that change on the College board Web site.
The most significant changes will be 1) a focus on more evidence-based and critical thinking; 2) a return to the 1600 point scale; 3) a move to what the College Board calls “relevant words” in the verbal sections; and 4) the elimination of penalties for wrong answers.
The College Board will be sending more detailed updates in April. We will pass those updates along as soon as we receive them. Please note that this new redesigned SAT will not go into effect until March, 2016.
Important Information About U.S. Registration
Register for SAT Reasoning and Subject Tests at www.collegeboard.com (you will need a credit card), or pick up a registration bulletin at the College Office.
Advanced Placement registration forms will be available in the Registrar’s office in early March. Students must complete and sign these before March break.
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