High school students across the country will take the overhauled SAT for the first time on March 5, facing big changes to the standardized test.
The new version of the SAT drops some hallmarks of the classic college admissions exam, including difficult vocabulary words and a penalty for incorrect answers. Students will face more science-focused problem solving on the math section, while the reading and writing sections will require students to analyze the meaning of words in context, as well as dissect the evidence used in arguments.
Take our quiz below—drawn from 8 official practice questions for the 2016 exam provided by the College Board—to see how you would fare on the test; the College Board recommends that those who want more practice check out this free test prep site.
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