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New digital SAT is shorter, more adaptive for students

Ashley Chavez-Cruz takes a practice SAT test to prepare herself for the digital SAT. (Butch Dill/AP)
Ashley Chavez-Cruz takes a practice SAT test to prepare herself for the digital SAT. (Butch Dill/AP)

Erica Meltzer, national editor at Chalkbeat, joins us to discuss the new digital SAT. The new version of the college admissions test is shorter and adaptive, meaning students who score relatively low on the first half of the test will get easier questions in the second half.

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