TUNKHANNOCK — The Scholastic Aptitude Test, or SAT, is changing.
The College Board announced the changes on Wednesday.
Current high school freshmen will be the first to try it out in a couple of years.
A school counselor in Tunkhannock Area said the changes reflect competition in the testing market.
“More college applicants, high school students, were taking the ACT than the SAT for college entrance examinations,” said Eliza Comly, Tunkhannock Are School Counselor.
The changes will make the two tests more alike.
“The way we explain to students is like Coke or Pepsi. It really comes down to preference,” said Comly.