UWorld partners with Girls Inc. Dallas for training on new digital SAT

UWorld, a leading provider of online learning tools for high-stakes exams, recently partnered with Girls Inc. of Metropolitan Dallas and students of their Eureka! Program. 

After nearly 100 years, the SAT is making the complete shift from a paper-based exam to a digital assessment in 2024. As educators, students and parents prepare for this change, UWorld, an online education resource tool for high-stakes exams like the SAT, aims to help demystify the future of the SAT. 

Through a recent donation of test preparation subscriptions to Girls Inc. provided by UWorld, the college readiness experts recently spent three days with Girls Inc. and their students demonstrating their new digital SAT product and ensuring the girls in the Eureka! program excel as they take on the new digital SAT and further their college application process. 

Additionally, the students were able to learn: 

  • What they should know about the digital SAT and how to utilize their digital SAT product to prepare  
  • The state of college admissions exams and the impact of the shift to test optional for them 
  • What is behind the decision to go digital and the most important things to know about these changes when taking the exam 
  • Advice around the best way to prepare for the digital exam 

UWorld’s newly released course product prepares students for the new digital format of the exam and is accessible on any device including smart phones, tablets, and desktop computers. With technology that tracks progress and helps students identify which sections they should focus on more, UWorld offers unique test preparation materials for every student’s specific needs. publishes every week.
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