In March of 2016, the CollegeBoard launched the redesigned SAT. We’ve received a multitude of questions from counselors, students and parents around the redesign and how Chapman University will use the new SAT scores in the admission process. We’ve compiled some of the common questions in a FAQ section below to address your concerns and will add to this list as new questions arise.
» 2016 SAT Redesign
College Board Resources
+ - Overview of the SAT redesign
+ - SAT Score Converter Tool
The College Board has released a score converter app which allows you to compare and convert the new SAT, old SAT and the ACT.
+ - Concordance Tables
+ - What is new about the redesigned SAT?
+ - What is superscoring?
+ - Should I take the optional Essay portion?
+ - How does Chapman University use test scores?
+ - Should I take the SAT or ACT?
+ - How should I prepare for taking the test?
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