Everything Parents MUST Know About the New SAT 

Just last week the College Board, the organization that produces the SAT, released four official practice test versions of the new SAT.

Since the College Board's announcement in the spring of 2014 that they would be redesigning the SAT, there has been a lot of confusion among parents, students, and even education professionals. At Educational Connections, some of the questions we have most frequently heard include:

1.      What are the major changes that will be included in the new SAT?

2.      How will my child be impacted by the new SAT? 

3.      Should my child even bother with the SAT or just focus on the ACT?

Click here to read one of our blogs to learn about the biggest changes featured on the new SAT.  


Free, Full-Length, Practice Tests 
ACT or SAT scores are a critical component of most college applications. Knowing which test your child is best suited for and when to start preparing can be confusing. Let us take the guess work out of the process. 

We are hosting free, full-length, practice ACT and SAT (current and new format) this summer. After each test, we will score it, analyze the results, schedule a phone consultation, and create a customized test prep program unique for your child. 

Sign up for a practice test today! 
Mock SAT (Current) 
July 13 | 9:00 am - 1:00 pm 

Mock ACT  
July 24 | 9:00 am - 1:00 pm  
Mock ACT 
July 27 | 9:00 am - 1:00 pm 

Mock SAT (New) 

July 31 | 9:00 am - 1:00 pm 


To view all of our upcoming events and practice tests, click here. If you are unable to attend any of the test dates and would like to take a practice test at home, email Michael Oliver at michael@ectutoring.com


ACT vs. Current SAT vs. New SAT Comparison Chart 

Unsure how the new SAT will compare to the current test or the ACT? Download our free comparison chart

See how the new SAT compares to the current test and ACT on: 
  • Test format 
  • Time allotment 
  • Scoring 
  • Content 

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