Barely half of colleges validate use of SAT, ACT as success predictors
from Education Week
Most colleges and universities rely to some degree on ACT and SAT scores in their admissions processes, but only half do research to establish that those scores are good predictors of success in college, a new study finds. Recently, the study by the National Association for College Admission Counseling raises a question that goes to the heart of the debate about the transition from high school to college: When colleges and universities place significant weight on admissions test scores, is that practice based on solid research?
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