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How to Prepare for the Digital SAT

The Digital SAT is an upcoming exam for juniors on April 9, 2024. 

What you need to know about the 2024 Digital SAT Exam:

  • The Digital SAT this year will be shorter than previous administrations of the exam on pencil and paper. For this 2024 digital exam will last 2 hours and 14 minutes instead of 3 hours.
  • The reading passages will be shorter with one question each.
  • The Reading and Writing Section is a total of 64 minutes with 54 questions to answer.
  • The Math Section is a total of 70 minutes with 44 questions to answer.

 

Before the Test Day

  1. Make sure your Chromebook is fully charged
  2. Register for the Test on MySAT
  3. Make sure your Chromebook is acceptable to test on
  4. Be familiar with Bluebook before test day so you know what to expect
  5. Complete the exam setup in Bluebook
  6. Make sure you register on Bluebook
  7. Get a good night of rest

 

Tips to Prepare for the SAT:

Digital SAT Math Prep

Digital SAT Reading and Writing Prep

Digital SAT Grammar Rules

Items You Need for Test Day:

  • Your admission ticket
  • A pen or a pencil
  • A fully charged chromebook with bluebook already installed
  • Photo ID
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About the Contributor
Isaac Adewale
Isaac Adewale, Staff Writer (Sports)
Isaac is a Junior at Northside. At school, he is a member of the Hoofbeat, Black Student Union and the basketball team. He enjoys watching basketball, visiting different places and hanging out with friends.