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Wednesday, March 8, 2023

1:00pm Eastern Time / 18:00 UK Time / 19:00 Central European Time



The Digital SAT What’s New and How to Prepare for It

A Webinar for 9th -11th Graders and Their Parents

In January 2022, the College Board announced that the SAT would “go digital” for American students starting in March 2024. (The SAT debuts internationally in March 2023.) In addition to the change in format, students will encounter different types of Reading and Writing questions and two Math modules that require use of an online calculator and new placement of various question types. In short, big changes are happening to this perennial rite of passage for adolescents not just in the United States, but globally, as well. In this webinar, test prep tutor and President of Crimson Coaching Dr. P. (Dominique Padurano, Ph.D.) explains how the new SAT differs from the version offered since 2016 and suggests several ways that students should – and should NOT – prepare for it.


Dr. P. (Dominique Padurano, Ph.D.) founded Crimson Coaching™, a boutique tutoring, test prep, and college counseling consultancy in 2014. Dr. P. has taught hundreds of students subjects from Algebra to French to Spanish to World History; prepared them to take standardized tests like the SAT, ACT, GRE, ISEE, SHSAT, and Regents and APs; and coached them to write applications that won them admissions to Harvard, Princeton, and other elite colleges. After earning her own Bachelor degree, magna cum laude, from Harvard College, Dr. P. taught SAT prep for the Princeton Review before going on to earn a Master’s in Education and a Ph.D. in History and to teach for more than a decade at some of the nation’s top high schools. Dr. P. works with clients worldwide and may be contacted directly at



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