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The College Board announced on Wednesday that it would be dropping the essay portion of the SAT, and returning to the 1600-point format.
These changes will go into effect in the Spring of 2016, marking the first time the test will revert to the old system since the 2400-point format was introduced in 2005.
Been a while since you took the test? Try your hand at some practice questions from the College Board site below and find out if you've still got it — or if you were better off taking it in high school. Check the answer key at the bottom of the page to see how you did!
Want more practice questions? Head to the College Board practice test page here.
Answer Key: Question 1 (B), Question 2 (D), Question 3 (E)