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From GoLocalWorcester.com by Cristiana Quinn, GoLocalWorcester College Admissions Expert:
For high school juniors, SAT time has arrived. Many are beginning test prep courses and going online to register for winter and spring test dates. The SAT has undergone some significant changes over the last 5 years, making it a very different test from when parents were applying to colleges. And with these changes have come rumors and misinformation. As you forage your way through the SAT forest, here are a few myths and realities to help you.