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More than 1,775 U.S. colleges and universities -- three-quarters of the four-year institutions in the United States -- are either test optional or test blind this year, according to a list published by FairTest: the National Center for Fair and Open Testing. That’s an all-time high. More than half of colleges are pledging to continue to not require the SAT or ACT for admission for the next admissions year as well.