As more colleges refuse to accept test scores, a billion-dollar industry is thrown in flux

Never mind that hundreds of schools have made the SAT and ACT entrance exams optional for students applying for entry in the 2021-22 academic year, a new study indicates dozens of campuses won't even consider standardized test scores if they are submitted. That's putting a billion-dollar industry on notice. The findings come from the National Center for Fair & Open Testing, a Massachusetts-based nonprofit, which identified 60 college campuses that as of this month have either temporarily or permanently gone "test blind" in evaluating student applicants. (Balt Bus Journal)

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