Moravian Goes Test-Optional on Admissions

April 13, 2011

Moravian College has announced that it will give future applicants the option of not submitting SAT or ACT scores. Those who pursue this option will be required to have a personal interview. After three years, the college will evaluate whether the shift to a test-optional policy is working. Bernard Story, vice president for enrollment and dean of admissions, said that the college's research "has found that while it is true that standardized test scores can help predict academic success, a student's performance in the classroom is the most important factor.”

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