Old SAT vs. New SAT: An Infographic

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Apr   2014

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If you’ve been anywhere near the Internet over the last month and half, then you’ve probably heard about the SAT overhaul. The College Board has promised major changes to the test, including an optional essay, more high school-level vocabulary, an advanced math section, and lots more.

Much of the test is still a mystery, and staying on top of every new detail can quickly get overwhelming. That’s why our friends at Magoosh have put together this bite-sized infographic to help you navigate the top 10 changes coming to the SAT. So feel free to explore it below, and then share it with your friends to keep them in the new SAT loop too!

Old SAT vs. New SAT

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