On the heels of the announcement that there will no longer be SAT Subject Tests or SAT with additional Essay, College Board has made it clear that there will not be a virtual option to take the SAT. In lieu of a virtual, at-home version, the New York Times reported that a digital version would be available in test centers, with a proctor present. This news comes as a disappointment to many students after College Board suggested in spring of 2020 there would be an at-home version available.
While a digital version will replace the physical paper version that decades of students have known, the test will still be administered at testing locations.
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