Students in the class of 2014 will be busy this fall writing college essays, building their resumes, and applying for admission to schools on their wish list.
One thing they may not have to worry about, though, is including an SAT or ACT score in their applications. Much to the surprise of students and parents, a growing number of universities are moving to a “test-optional” approach.
Check out this Huffington Post blog, written by Roger Ochoa.
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