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After analyzing the latest PSAT scores, a revolutionary approach emerges, revealing how a well-designed benchmark assessment can transform these numbers into powerful tools for enhancing student learning and teaching effectiveness.
The digital PSAT and SAT represent a significant shift in standardized testing, primarily due to their adaptive, modular structure rather than just the move to a digital format. This change deeply affects how students’ scores are calculated, making it crucial to understand the new scoring system, especially with the digital PSAT already in use and the digital SAT set to launch in March 2024.
The Desmos calculator is a key feature of the digital SAT’s math section, offering advanced functions and leveling the playing field for all test-takers. Learn how Academic Approach integrates Desmos into our curriculum to prepare students for success.
The PSAT is going digital and adaptive, much like the new SAT. Rolling out this October, the PSAT 10 and PSAT 8/9 will feature a combined Reading and Writing section, allow calculators throughout, and offer a more personalized test experience. The tests align closely with the SAT, making early preparation crucial for students. Schools must act now to ensure readiness for the digital shift, from tech setup to student training.
The SAT is evolving, featuring an adaptive model and new test formats. From blending reading and writing sections to changing how math is tested, it’s a new dance but the same steps. Academic Approach is here to guide students and educators through these changes with data-driven curriculum and strategies.