The digital SAT will be 'shorter, simpler, and perhaps easier'

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In a monumental change for college-aspiring students everywhere, the infamous SAT admissions exam is not only moving entirely online, but also becoming a "shorter, simpler, and perhaps easier test," reports The Wall Street Journal.

"The digital SAT will be easier to take, easier to give, and more relevant," said Priscilla Rodriguez of the College Board, the organization that runs the exam. The change will begin in 2023 for international students and 2024 for students in the U.S., per the Journal.

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