The SATs will have a new look in March to more accurately reflect what students are learning in school, reported The New York Times.
The SATs will have to section instead of three: Math and Evidence-Based Reading and Writing. The questions will be drawn from Common Core, which most states use. The SAT's will become more similar to the ACT's, said The New York Times.
The new theme for both sections will be – more reading. Students will be expected to figure out more math word problems and find word meaning through context, reported The New York Times.
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