The SAT reverts back to the 400-1600 scale. Now the writing and reading sections will count the same as the Evidence-Based Reading and Writing score, which will be combined with the Math score to create a final score between 400-1600.
The SAT reading will include only longer passages ( Sentence completions and short passages are no longer part of the test)
There will be no sentence completions or short passages
Similar to the ACT reading: there will be a series of 500-750 word passages with questions.
Both tests will feature paired passages
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