The Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) will be going completely digital in 2024 and will be introducing changes to make the test shorter and more secure. The online tests will expedite the results of the study, allowing students and educators to see the SAT results in days rather than weeks. The changes will also expand flexibility and accessibility in test administration, though students will still be required to complete the test at a designated centre. Changes will reportedly take effect in 2023 at international test centres, and in 2024 at American centres and schools. Reuters reports that SAT is not the only exam to go virtual: The LSAT went digital in 2019 and the next version of the US bar exam will be taken on a computer. Reuters| IB Times| Study International Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.