Test-optional colleges find many applicants still send SAT and ACT scores
from The Washington Post
Virginia Commonwealth University President Michael Rao was unequivocal about the shift in admission policy. The public university in Richmond, he said in January, would no longer require all applicants to submit admission test scores. Rao made headlines as he called the SAT "fundamentally flawed." This splashy quote helped promote VCU as one of the latest "test-optional" schools. Applicants with high school grade-point averages of at least 3.3 could bypass the testing mandate.
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