The New SAT has a whole bundle of changes: the aggregate score used to be 2400 and it is now 1600; the essay used to be mandatory and it is now optional; the SAT used to have a large number of short ‘sections’ whose sequence could change, and it now has just three ‘tests’; students used to be tested on arcane ‘SAT words’ and now they will be tested on commonly-used words; and many other changes. Students in India sitting for the SAT in May are probably rather agitated because they will be the first cohort to take the test in India. So, as a unique offer to students, Manya-The Princeton Review has announced the 3rd National SAT Olympiad 2016 so that students can get the feel of a full-length New SAT.
A valuable opportunity is coming your way! Participate in the National SAT Olympiad ’16 and get acquainted with the new test. The 3rd National SAT Olympiad will be held in 18 cities across all the Manya centers in the country. It is a great opportunity for students across India to experience the New SAT before actually taking it.
*Ever other participant will get a certificate of participation
Disclaimer: **SAT® is a registered trademark of the College Board. Manya and ‘National SAT Olympiad’16’ are not affiliated with the College Board, creators of the SAT® exam.
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