College admissions in a COVID year: SATs are out, personal stories are in
from The Wall Street Journal
Memo to high-school seniors applying to selective colleges: A high score on your SAT is out. A Covid-19 epiphany is in. Hundreds of colleges dropped their mandate for a standardized test score this year as a result of the pandemic, but the replacement criterion at many schools may be just as daunting for would-be college freshmen: a new understanding of themselves and their place in the world as a result of the pandemic.
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