"Overall, this updated SAT reflects an emphasis on problem-solving instead of rote memorization,"
"We're optimistic that the changes will indeed improve the test" the Philadelphia in-home tutoring company founder continued. "Any changes to the SAT that allow students to truly demonstrate their knowledge will meet with our approval.
"We expect to receive more specific details on April 16, when the College Board will provide a blueprint for the new test and also release sample questions. In the meantime, www.keyacademics.blogspot.com has complete details about the changes announced so far."