What is Digital SAT?

The Digital SAT, also known as the College Board’s Online Advanced Placement (AP) Exams, is a version of the SAT college admission test that is taken on a computer. It was introduced as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the need for social distancing, and offers the same content and format as the traditional paper-and-pencil version of the SAT, but with some differences in administration and scoring. The College Board administers the Digital SAT several times a year and it is accepted by colleges and universities in the same way as the traditional SAT.

The format of the Digital SAT is similar to the traditional SAT, but with some differences. The test consists of two sections: Evidence-Based Reading and Writing and Mathematics. Each section is scored on a scale of 200-800, with a total score range of 400-1600.

The Evidence-Based Reading and Writing section includes a reading comprehension passage, an analysis of a source text, and an essay. The Mathematics section covers algebra, geometry, and trigonometry, and includes both multiple-choice questions and student-produced responses.

The Digital SAT is taken on a computer and is designed to be taken at home or at a secure testing center. The test is timed, with a total time of 3 hours and 50 minutes, including breaks. The College Board provides an online calculator for use during the test.

Overall, the format of the Digital SAT is designed to assess the same skills and knowledge as the traditional SAT, and to provide a fair and consistent assessment for all students, regardless of their location or test-taking conditions.

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