SAT to be shorter, cover more topics & allow calculator
The Times of India Delhi|January 26, 2022
There are now seven opportunities to take the SATs, instead of five for international students throughout the year
Manash Gohain

New Delhi: The redesigned SAT will be shorter, cover a more diverse range of topics and calculators will now be allowed for the entire math section. The College Board on Tuesday also announced that its SAT Suite of Assessments will be offered digitally. International students will now be allowed seven opportunities instead of five.

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