SAT-Only Admission: How Would It Change College Campuses? – Coverage by report

SAT-Only Admission: How Would It Change College Campuses? – Coverage by report.


Colleges Are Dropping ACT, SAT Requirements: A Look at Schools That Don’t Use Test Scores

In this Newsweek article, Alanderia Whitlock explains why more underrepresented populations are able to access higher education when colleges drop the requirement for standardized tests. Whitlock cites CEW report “SAT-Only Admission: How Would It Change College Campuses?”

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Questioning Their Fairness, a Record Number of Colleges Stop Requiring the SAT and ACT

In this article for the Hechinger Report, Alina Tugend discusses certain schools’ choice to be test-optional, and the reasons behind this decision. Tugend cites CEW report “SAT-Only Admission: How Would It Change College Campuses?”

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College Board Drops Plans for SAT Student Adversity Scores

Doug Belkin writes for the Wall Street Journal about the College Board’s decision to replace the Environmental Context Dashboard with Landscape, in attempt to provide context about students’ social and economic backgrounds. Belkin cites the CEW report “SAT-Only Admissions” to explain the role that the test plays in college admissions.

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Report: SAT-Only College Admissions Would Hamper Diversity

In this Education Dive article, James Paterson writes about the findings of CEW’s report “SAT-Only Admission: How Would It Change College Campuses?” Paterson quotes CEW Director Dr. Anthony P. Carnevale on what the thought experiment reveals about inequality in higher education.

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Report: An SAT-Only Admissions Process Would Make Colleges Less Diverse

In this article for Diverse Issues in Higher Education, Pearl Stewart discusses how standardized tests affect college admissions. Stewart cites CEW’s report “SAT-Only Admissions: How Would It Change College Campuses?” and quotes CEW Director Anthony P. Carnevale on privilege in higher education admissions.

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Test-Only Admissions Would Make Colleges More White, More Wealthy

Lauren Camera writes for US News about CEW’s report “SAT-Only Admissions: How Would It Change College Campuses?” Camera quotes CEW Director Dr. Anthony P. Carnevale and Director of Research Jeff Strohl on the implications of the report amid several debates over college admissions.

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Who Would SAT-Only Admissions Help? White, Affluent Students.

In this article for The Chronicle of Higher Education, Eric Hoover writes about the significance of the SAT in college admissions decisions. Hoover cites CEW’s report “SAT-Only Admission: How Would It Change College Campuses?” and quotes CEW Director of Research Jeff Strohl on how colleges tend to accept more affluent students based on test scores.

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What If Colleges Used Only Test Scores to Fill Campuses?

Douglas Belkin writes for the Wall Street Journal about CEW’s recent report, “SAT-Only Admission: How Would It Change College Campuses?” Belkin quotes CEW Director Dr. Anthony P. Carnevale on how college admissions practices favor the affluent.

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