Bloomberg Businessweek - *Major changes are coming to the SAT in the spring of 2016, and the class of 2017 will be among the first students to take the redesigned test. The new test emphasizes new content areas, such as linear equations, functions, ratios, percents, proportions, and quadratics. Another change is the no-calculator section, which will be worth a third of the math score. Finally, the test will include 45 multiple-choice questions, with four answer choices rather than the current five.*