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SAT boost for low-income students could improve economic diversity

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SAT boost for low-income students could improve economic diversity

March 6, 2020 2 comments

A new paper authored by a team of well-known economists, including University Professor of Economics and International and Public Affairs John Friedman, suggests that to improve economic diversity on college campuses, it may be time to give low-income students a boost.

Editorial: Elimination of writing requirement step in right direction

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Editorial: Elimination of writing requirement step in right direction

September 19, 2018 Comments are Disabled

In July, the University announced it will no longer require applicants to the class of 2023 to submit their scores for the essay portions of the SAT and ACT.

University removes SAT, ACT writing requirement

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University removes SAT, ACT writing requirement

September 5, 2018 Comments are Disabled

Applicants to the class of 2023 will no longer be required to submit the essay portion of the SAT or ACT, according to a University press release. In lieu of an SAT or ACT essay, applicants will be encouraged — but not required — to submit a graded paper they wrote for a high school humanities course.

Poll finds correlation between SAT scores, area of study

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Poll finds correlation between SAT scores, area of study

November 7, 2016 Comments are Disabled

The SAT continues to play a significant role in college admission as high school students aim to gain entrance to their dream colleges.

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Malik ’18: New SAT, old problems

October 24, 2016 1 comment

I apologize in advance for bringing up the SAT.