University joins Harvard, Yale, other people in waiving requirement
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On Thursday, Washington Post stated that, starting in autumn 2019, Stanford and Princeton will not any longer require applicants to submit an ACT or essay score that is SAT. They get in on the ranks of Harvard, Yale, Dartmouth and University of hillcrest in waiving the necessity in 2010.
University representative E.J. Miranda penned in a message towards the frequent that an ACT or SAT essay score continues to be “strongly recommended,” despite no more being required.
“Coursework (such as for example accelerated honors, AP, IB, and writing courses) will get more scrutiny and either the mandatory SAT or ACT is the focus,” Miranda published.