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University of California system eliminates standardized tests

CBS News Friday, 22 May 2020 ()
The University of California system will no longer require students to submit ACT and SAT test scores as a part of their college application requirements. Akil Bello, the senior director of advocacy and advancement for The National Center for Fair and Open Testing, joined CBSN to discuss.
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News video: University of California System Suspends SAT, ACT Requirement for Admission

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In a unanimous vote, the University of California school system has approved a plan to suspend the SAT or ACT test requirement for in-state applicants until 2024.

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