Another College Goes Test-Optional on Admissions
June 18, 2009
Illinois College is the latest institution to announce that it will no longer require ACT or SAT scores of all applicants. The requirement will remain in place for home-schooled or international students.
- Test-optional policies fail to increase low-income enrollment, study finds
- Essay calls for faculty members to challenge use of standardized tests
- The Impact of Dropping the SAT
- Hampshire becomes only competitive college in the country that won't look at SAT, ACT scores
- Next Stages in Testing Debate
- At Pitzer College, most students don't submit test scores
- 'Conscientious Objector' to Testing
- Study finds little difference in academic success of students who do and don't submit SAT or ACT
Search for Jobs
Cedar Rapids, IA
Chestnut Hill, MA
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
North Dartmouth, MA
Attracting students from across the country and around the globe, Wheaton College is a highly selective, four-year, private liberal arts college with...
Founded in 1946, Mohawk Valley Community College is a public, co-educational, two-year institution. The College is a unit of the sixty-four campus...