Report Says SATs Deserve Less Weight in Admission

Officials of some of the country's most prestigious universities are recommending that admissions officers pay much less attention to SATs, urging schools to consider dropping the tests as a requirement for admittance. The commission, led by Harvard's dean of admissions and financial aid, William Fitzsimmons, and convened by the National Association for College Admission Counseling, said the SAT and ACT tests are not accurate measures of students' achievements and are "not optimal tools for...Full Story
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