SAT Is Making Significant Changes, Here’s What You Need To Know
The College Board scrapped plans to offer an at-home version, so students are still required to travel to testing centers to take the SAT. However, the SAT will be reduced in length from three hours to two hours. Scores will also be available within days, rather than weeks.
As more than 1,815 schools have gone test-optional this past year, with schools like the University of California system and Pitzer College going test-blind altogether, this move is designed to increase the popularity of the SAT.