College Board To Revamp SAT

03/25/2002 | CNN · NYTimes.com

The College Board has indicated that it plans to revise the SAT to better reflect what students learn in the classroom. President Gaston Caperton says the revamped exam likely would include multiple choice writing questions, a handwritten short essay question and more-advanced math problems. Caperton says the analogy section may be scrapped in favor of more emphasis on reading comprehension.

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