Evening Edition: SATs Go Digital As Elite Schools Again Require Test Results

The nearly century old ‘Scholastic Aptitude Test’ (SAT) used by colleges and universities in the student acceptance process has now gone fully digital. No more number two pencils but instead students will take an updated version of the test on their own devices such as laptops or tablets. It is expected that more than a million students will take the standardized test in the next two months as elite schools are again requiring test results for student admissions.

FOX’s Gurnal Scott speaks with David Blobaum, Director of Outreach for the ‘National Test Prep Association’, who takes us through the various changes to the SATs and why he thinks some of those changes are very positive.

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