The SAT test will be going completely digital in 2024, along with a host of other changes designed to benefit students.

It wasn’t too long ago that I was nervously taking the SAT in the hopes of getting into college. I don’t remember any of the test, except that the high school where I took it (which was not my own) smelled like sweat, sadness, and stress. But that’s just your typical high school, right?

Ahh yes, the SAT memories. Now, the tutoring company called Learner wants to bring alllll those test-taking memories back. They’re looking for an adult to take the multiple-choice sections of the SAT to see if they can score higher than the national average of 1060. This adult will be paid $1,000 to take the test…which would’ve been way cooler to earn as a teenager taking it for the first time. I actually think I had to pay to take it, LOL!

On their website, Learner describes who they’re looking to hire, “Our ideal candidate doesn’t need any special qualifications, just a confident ‘can-do’ attitude and the ability to spend three hours taking a test.”

WGN-TV says the tutoring company is not actually authorized to administer the actual SAT test. The company’s chosen candidate will take a practice test instead. This means the candidate can take the test from anywhere.

The test taker will have three hours and 15 minutes to complete the test. And don’t worry, the essay writing is not included or required.

For more information and to apply, click here!

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5 Easy Things To Start Doing Today That Will Lead To A Happier Life

  • 1. Set a low bar for happiness

    The Positivity Blog says you should begin each day by giving yourself the expectation that your bar for happiness will be low. This way, simple things that are normally just seen by us as everyday things, like lunch or your favorite song on the radio, can be reframed in our minds to simply be things that make us happy. We appreciate them more that way.

  • 2. Help someone

    Helping someone is always something that makes you feel good. And helping could mean so many things. Sharing kind words with a stranger, helping a neighbor or family member with a chore. But it could also mean just making someone feel heard or seen. No matter what you do to help, take a moment to recognize the good you have done.

  • 3. Be kinder to yourself

    This is much easier said than done, because really, it’s a state of mind to be kinder to yourself. It’s an active thing you need to do, or else you might forget and let your worries take over. I suggest taking time right after you brush your teeth while you’re still looking in the mirror to really look at yourself. Look yourself in the eyes through the mirror and then say nice things to yourself. This could be anything that means the most to you. Some that I repeat for myself are: “I am worthy of the life I know I deserve” and “I deserve to be happy today”.

  • 4. Take time to reflect each day

    I’ve found that in getting rid of worries, you need to actually give them the time of day, or else they’ll constantly be at the back of your mind. As you can tell a lot of these tips just have to do with slowing down your day. I suggest taking some time to really think through your worries, and ask yourself one very important question: “is this worry about something that is out of my control?” If the answer is yes, take this as an automatic pass to not worry anymore. If the only thing you can actually do is worry, then what’s the point? Again, easier said than done, but take it from me. Any reason not to worry is a good reason.

  • 5. Go slowly

    One of my worst habits is rushing myself. I often get impatient with myself when I’m trying to do something because usually, I just want to get it done. Like grocery shopping. Or chores. Or even cooking. But lately, I’ve been really trying to get rid of this rushed feeling that I constantly have. When this happens, I get anxious and I have to pull myself back to the moment and remind myself that I actually do have time. After all, the only way you’re going get to where you’re going is slowly. 🙂