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    Hello everyone!

    The College Board announced the new SAT will be delayed until 2016. (Initially it was announced that the new test version would be released in 2015.) The official statement said the reasons include more time to refine the new test and allow the new PSAT to roll out ahead of the new SAT to allow students some time to get familiarized with the new format.

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    concerned-parent
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    I may be jaded but I think they are more worried about competition from the ACT then students being familiarized with the new format.

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    Livia Susan
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    With the revamp of SAT, students are bound to have many questions. Can you state the effects of old VS new SAT format.

    #51866

    Hi Susan,

    My apologies for falling a bit behind as we’ve been swamped with application work.

    You can view our article on this very topic at http://admissionsboards.com/forums/topic/which-test-should-you-take/

    Best of luck with your applications!

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