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Friday, April 30, 2021

60% Of Colleges Won't Require The SAT Or ACT Next Year

1,400+ Accredited, 4-Year Colleges & Universities with ACT/SAT-Optional Testing Policies for Fall, 2022 Admissions:

This list includes bachelor degree granting institutions that do not require recent U.S. high school graduates applying to start classes in fall 2022 to submit ACT/SAT results.

Inside Higher Ed, 1,400 4-Year Colleges Won't Require SAT or ACT Next Year:

FairTest estimates that 1,400 is 60 percent of the nation's four-year colleges. ... “Schools that waived ACT/SAT score requirements during the pandemic generally saw more applicants, better academically qualified academics and more diversity of all sorts. Now, most are extending those policies for at least another year.”

https://taxprof.typepad.com/taxprof_blog/2021/04/60-of-colleges-wont-require-the-sat-or-act-next-year.html

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