Starting in the spring of 2016, serious changes will be coming to the SAT, College Board's widely taken college acceptance exam.
The test will contain three sections, namely reading and writing, math, and an essay.
It will revert from at 2400 point scale to the 1600 point scale used until 2005.
In addition to making the essay optional, much like the ACT, the SAT will continue its modernization by removing penalization for incorrect answers.
The College Board hopes that these changes will make the exam "more focused and useful than ever before."
This more focused exam will also touch on real world problems in its questions, including taking a look at important political documents.
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