In 2023, the SAT Suite of Assessments will begin transitioning to an all-digital platform. To support leaders in higher education, this page will be updated with resources that will help you prepare for the changes, and inform your conversations with stakeholders including prospective students, counselors, and campus colleagues.
Please be sure to also visit the digital SAT Suite website for additional information and resources. Visit our Score Reporting Resources page for electronic score report data layouts and sample files that your IT and operations teams can use to prepare for receiving digital SAT score reports.
The Digital SAT Suite of Assessments Specifications Overview
See a high-level summary of the test specifications, focused on the information most relevant for students and educators.
Digital SAT Sample Questions and Answer Explanations
Browse collections of sample items from both the digital SAT Math and Reading and Writing sections, as well as answer keys and explanations.
Assessment Framework for the Digital SAT Suite
See the full test specifications, including details about content domains, scoring, adaptive testing methodology, and the strong research foundation on which the suite is built.
Digital SAT Scores and Reports
A step-by-step guide to help campuses prepare now for scores from the digital SAT which will begin arriving fall 2022. In this document, we explain what is changing and what is not, and the actions that you need to take now to be sure you’re ready.
How-To Guide: Moving from SAT® Test Level to Section Level Score Use
When the digital SAT launches, we will no longer provide test level scores for Reading, Writing and Language, and Math. This document will help you understand how to use section scores for admissions and enrollment decisions going forward.
Transitioning to the Digital SAT: Primer for Faculty and Campus Leaders
In response to requests from our higher education members, we’re releasing a brief primer that gives additional details on our research agenda suitable for sharing with faculty and other campus leaders. This document goes more deeply to include details on the studies, timelines, and frequently asked questions.
What Higher Ed Needs to Know
This two-page PDF offers a concise overview of the all-digital SAT and PSAT assessments. It includes a summary of what will and will not change, a timeline for the rollout, and a preview of the research and validity studies that will take place throughout 2022.
Digital SAT Slide for Counselors and Students
Colleges want to assure students and counselors that the shift to digital assessments will not impact their current test score policies, or how they use the SAT. This slide can be used to support those conversations.