Starting in March, College Board will administer a new version of the SAT that will be graded on a 400-1600 scoring system, provide students with up to 3 hours and 50 minutes to take the exam, including an optional 50-minute essay, no guessing penalty, and can also be taken via print or computer format.
“I think they re-designed the SAT to better reflect current students who are learning in school,” counselor Desiree Meza said. “The way the questions are now being ordered [is] a lot [more] straightforward, before they were more confusing. So I think they are lining it more with the structure the way the SAT was [originally] designed.”
They say things get better in time, and with the new year just around the corner, we’re wondering how much truth there really is to that statement. Meaning as the years go by, are teenagers more or less committed to the idea of racial equality.