High school students planning to take the SAT this March can expect some major changes. The redesigned college admission test is being called "one of the greatest overhauls of the exam in its almost 100-year history," according to PrepMatters, a national test preparation company. Read about the 9 changes in the SAT tests and about 8 tips to prepare for the SAT in WRAL's news post, Big Changes Coming to the SAT.
For information about accessibility and accommodations for the SAT and other tests, go to the CollegeBoard website, What's New for 2015-16. One of the new test formats is the assistive technology-compatible test format: This is a digital test form, delivered on a flash drive, for use with screen readers and other assistive technology. There are practice tests available in this format.
For general questions about test accommodations and eligibility, go to Services for Students with Disabilities.