The College Board, which publishes the SAT, launched a new SAT in spring of 2016. The SAT changes affect students who are in the class of 2017 and beyond.
Ivy League Tutoring has been through several of these redesigns. “About every 10 years, the College Board redesigns the SAT. Each new SAT is suppose to be less coachable, but we’ve never seen a new SAT that is uncoachable,” says founder Susan Santucci. We’re on top of the changes and will make sure you know everything you need to about the new test, including the new format, test items, and new strategies.
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The new SAT essay is much like any 5-paragraph essay you’ve written for school. It provides a reading passage (“a source text”), for which students must write an essay, analyzing the author’s argument and elements, like simile and metaphor that the author uses to bolster his claim. You’ll have 50 minutes for the essay. While […]