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Question of the Week – March 18

In June 2018, the Unviersity of Chicago dropped the SAT/ACT requirement for applicants. Inside Higher Ed wrote the following:

“Hundreds of colleges — including elite liberal arts colleges — have stopped requiring the SAT or ACT. But Chicago’s move is the first by one of the very top research universities in the country. And the move is striking coming from an institution, known for its academic rigor, that has had no difficulty attracting top applicants.”

What do you think colleges and universities should do about standardized tests? Weigh in below.