Over 50 colleges are waiving SAT and ACT requirements due to COVID-19

Over 50 colleges are waiving SAT and ACT requirements due to COVID-19

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, at least 53 universities and colleges have waived the ACT and SAT requirements from their applications for at least fall 2021. States are on lockdown, and students are unable to take these exams. ACT Inc. and the College Board have canceled all tests through June, causing universities to bend their entry policies.

Ben Song
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Avi Khait
Avi Khait 1 months

And those students will be forever known as the year of the waived tests.

TheCurrentModality
TheCurrentModality 1 months

Panic is setting in as these institutions realize they may see a significant decrease in enrollment. They are watching thier dollars evaporate.

Peter
Peter 1 months

Didn't George Carlin PREDICT this? That IQs would slip, that the entrance standards would decline so much so that all you need to get into college is a freaking PENCIL?!? Yes. Yes, He did.

Otis B Driftwood
Otis B Driftwood 1 months

Most kids that would have taken the test this year are juniors. That's when you normally take it, or have things changed since I was 17?

Inappropriate Name
Inappropriate Name 1 months

"So you went to Cornell! What years? ...hmm okay. Well it was nice meeting you, we'll be in touch."

Katharine
Katharine 1 months

That must be nice🙄

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