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March5, 2016
by Elie Venezky

March brings the winds of change, and with it, the new SAT test.

In celebration of a more modern, practical-for-college vocabulary set, the New York Times has turned its famous crossword puzzle into an interactive SAT vocabulary and reading brain teaser. It’s timed with a pause and start button, so you can really hone your skills! Have fun with the puzzle and let us know how well you scored. Click here to access the interactive SAT crossword puzzle on the New York Times web site.

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