• SAT 2024

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Willis High School is pleased to offer the SAT School Day on March 20, 2024, to all 11th grade students.  

    SAT School Day allows districts and schools to offer juniors the opportunity to take the SAT during their regular school day at their home school, expanding access to a globally recognized college admission test.  Willis ISD provides this opportunity free of charge for all 11th grade students.

    Attention 9th and 10th graders:

    Any interested 9th and 10th grade students can opt in to take the SAT for $45.  Click the link to register and pay for their exam on School Pay

    The deadline for 9th and 10th grade students to register will be February 9, 2024.  

    For more questions about the SAT, please contact Mrs. Rogers in office B100L or via email at arogers@willisisd.org or Mrs. Kelley in B104 or via email kkelley@willisisd.org

     

    About the SAT

    The SAT is part of the SAT Suite of Assessments, closely aligned tests that reflect what students are already learning in their classrooms and help educators monitor student progress. Visit satsuite.collegeboard.org to learn more about the SAT Suite. The SAT focuses on the skills and knowledge that research indicates are essential for career and college success.

    Beginning in Spring 2024, the SAT will be given digitally.  

    Test Sections and Timing

    The SAT is composed of four modules that follow the same order.  Students are able to move backward and forward between questions in a given module before time runs out.  When time runs out on the first module of each section, Bluebook (College Board testing platform) moves students to the second module.  When students complete the Reading and Writing section, students will be moved to the Math section after a 10-minute break between sections. 

    Evidence-Based Reading and Writing: Includes modules 1 and 2, composed of two equal-length modules of test questions. 

    Time allotted for a total of 54 questions:

    • Module 1 - 32 minutes
    • Module 2 - 32 minutes 

    Math: Includes modules 1 and 2, composed of two equal-length modules of test questions.  Calculators are now allowed throughout the entire Math section.  A graphing calculator is integrated into the digital testing platform, but students will continue to receive a hand-held device.

    Time allotted for a total of 44 questions:

    • Module 1 - 35 minutes
    • Module 1 - 35 minutes