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Simply scrapping the SAT won’t make colleges more diverse

Guadalupe I. Lozano, University of Arizona When the University of California decided in early 2020 to stop using the ACT and SAT in admissions by...

The SAT’s new ‘adversity score’ is a poor fix for a...

Leigh Patel, University of Pittsburgh The College Board recently revealed a new “adversity score” that it plans to use as part of the SAT in...

Test prep is a rite of passage for many Asian-Americans

Julie J. Park, University of Maryland When ACT released its latest test scores this past October, the results showed that average scores took a dip...

If you thought colleges making the SAT optional would level the...

Kelly Ochs Rosinger, Pennsylvania State University When colleges and universities began to make the SAT an optional part of the admissions process, the hope was...

If you thought colleges making the SAT optional would level the...

Kelly Ochs Rosinger, Pennsylvania State University When colleges and universities began to make the SAT an optional part of the admissions process, the hope was...

More colleges than ever have test-optional admissions policies — and that’s...

Joseph Soares, Wake Forest University Back in the 1980s, Bates College and Bowdoin College were nearly the only liberal arts colleges not to require applicants...

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A rare instance when preventative screening is worth the dollar cost

David Hutton, University of Michigan Very few people know about hepatitis B, the so-called silent killer, and the billions of dollars it costs the U.S....