The Digital SAT Is on Its Way 

Changes You Need to Know

Students will take the SAT on laptops or tablets, either owned by them or by their school. Students will access their exam through The College Board’s Bluebook™ app. 

The test will be shortened from 3 hours to 
2 hours and 14 minutes.

The Digital SAT is adaptive, which means the test changes based on students’ performance. The more questions they answer correctly, the harder the test gets.

PrepScholar’s New Digital SAT Prep Program

A new test means students need a new toolkit for success. 

PrepScholar’s new, specialized Digital SAT Prep Program has been designed by experts to prepare students and help them boost their scores. 

The PrepScholar program not only teaches students the newest test material, it tailors to each student’s skills to address their problem areas. The Digital SAT Prep Program also prepares students for the exam’s new adaptive format so they’re prepared to succeed on test day.

How Is the Digital SAT Different?

The SAT is transitioning to a new, digital format starting in 2023, and that means big changes for test takers. 

PrepScholar has all the information you need to get prepared, including a brand new Digital SAT Prep Program specifically designed to help boost students’ scores.

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Free, Expert Resources for the Digital SAT

There’s a lot to know about the new Digital SAT. Our experts have put together tons of free resources that answer your most frequently asked questions.

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What Devices Are Digital SAT Approved? 

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Are There Practice Tests For the Digital SAT?

New Content

Because the Digital SAT is shorter, there will be adjustments to the test content. For example, students can use calculators on all math sections, and reading passages are shorter.

New Difficulty Levels

What Is Adaptive Testing?

Is the Digital SAT Easier? 

✓ New Practice Questions

Built-in Calculator and Digital Test Tools

✓ Emulates Digital SAT Experience

Score Reports

Scores will become available days after the test instead of 2-3 weeks. Unfortunately, the Questions-and-Answers service won't be available for the Digital SAT.

The maximum SAT score will continue to be 1600.

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