Assumption College, in Massachusetts, has announced that it is dropping the requirement that applicants submit SAT or ACT scores. College officials said that they acted only after conducting a study of four years of admissions data that found that high school grades were a better predictor of college success than test scores.
- Momentum for Going SAT-Optional
- Study finds little difference in academic success of students who do and don't submit SAT or ACT
- Era Ends for 3 Subject Test Requirements
- 'Uneducated Guesses'
- At Pitzer College, most students don't submit test scores
- Essay calls for faculty members to challenge use of standardized tests
- Hampshire becomes only competitive college in the country that won't look at SAT, ACT scores
- SAT Scores Drop
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