In Episode 263 of the Prepped and Polished Podcast, we will be talking about the new Digital SAT format and Structure.

In terms of the format of the test, there will be two sections of the test, a critical reading and writing and a math section. There will be a 10-minute break between the two sections. But in each of these sections, there will be two individual modules for each one. So there will be two critical reading and writing sections and two math sections.

Now, the first of both of these will be section adaptive. It means that students will experience a certain level of difficulty of questions, and based on how they perform on those questions, the next module will adjust accordingly. It means if students do well in the first half, they will receive a harder section on the next one.

There will also be a countdown timer either enabled or hidden on the test so that you can kind of keep track of your timing. This is going to be so helpful for students who need just a little bit of extra help in terms of managing their time from one section to the next or noting how much time they have at the end of the section. There will also be a built-in graphing calculator. There will also be common math formula sheet included on the math section.

What was your biggest takeaway from this podcast about Tutoring Tips The Digital SAT Format and Structure? Do you have any questions for Aaron and Alexis Avila?

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