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University of Chicago drops SAT, ACT requirement for U.S. students

Seattle Times Thursday, 14 June 2018 ()
University of Chicago drops SAT, ACT requirement for U.S. studentsThe University of Chicago’s announcement was a watershed, cracking what had been a solid and enduring wall of support for the primary admission tests among the two dozen most prestigious research universities in the nation.
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The University of Chicago is dropping mandatory standardized test scores for its college applicants.

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