SAT Questions According to Twitter


By: Joanne Serrieh

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If you’re currently a college student or will be in the next two years, then you can go ahead and join the rest of us as we cry in a corner. According to a Huffington Post article, changes are coming to the SAT test starting in 2016 to make the test clearer and more open than any in the history of College Board, the nonprofit company that owns the SAT.

According to Huffington Post, the math and “evidence-based reading and writing” will still be required sections; however, the essay will be optional.  

I remember how stressful it was to prepare for and take the college admissions test as if my future depended on it. Well, it basically did but anyway! Upon the announcement of the coming changes, Twitter went a little crazy to the point where the hashtag #NewSATQuestions was trending world wide. Leave it to those on Twitter to come up with the best and most creative new SAT questions…based on pop culture.

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Joanne Serrieh is a KSSU.com Radio Presenter
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