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University Of California System To Gradually Stop Using SAT, ACT Exams

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University Of California System To Gradually Stop Using SAT, ACT ExamsWatch VideoThe University of California system will gradually stop using the SAT and ACT exams as part of its admissions process.

The University of California board of regents voted 23-0 Thursday to phase out the exams over the next five years. Under a new plan, the UC system will have four years to develop its own test, which...
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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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