Such schools account for more than two-thirds of the 2,330 bachelor-degree institutions in the United States. SAT (Scholastic Assessment Test) scores are commonly used by most U.S. universities to assess students for undergraduate admissions.
This is the second year when the admission test in the undergraduate program will be blind. Top US universities have opened their doors to those unable or unwilling to take entrance exams in various parts of the world due to the cancellation of SAT schedules.
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This admission will be based on the “completeness” of their background which has come as a huge relief for the candidates. Experts hope the number of applications will increase. “Most U.S. universities, including the Ivy League, such as Harvard, Columbia and Cornell, have waived the SAT and ACT (American College Exam) for students applying for admission in the fall of 2022. The waiver was initially applicable to students applying for 2021, but now it is. It has been extended to 2022, “said Karan Gupta, an international education consultant.
Gupta recommended that candidates should now focus on their academics and additional curricula so that they can create a strong appeal. “If students can still take SAT or ACT and score well, they should submit their score as it will have a positive impact on their application.”
Among those who recently announced exam waivers, Harvard University said, “Achievements in and out of the classroom during high school years – including community involvement, employment, and support for students’ families – are considered part of our process. Activities in which they may feel limited will not result in loss, or students will only be able to present pass / fail grades or other similar marks in their transcripts.
While standardized tests such as SAT were already under scanner, many American university presidents felt that test scores were not the main predictor of a student’s success. The University of Massachusetts Boston said, “As a university we recognize that the qualifications of all students are not reflected by a standardized test score. In the case of giving examination options, we hope to allow qualified academic applicants to highlight their qualifications. In response to the 2022 application review, Columbia University said, “In response to the continuing impediment to the availability of quality testing due to the Kovid-1 pandemic epidemic, Colombia is extending our test policy for one year, effective for relocation and transfer of first-year applicants to Colombia.” College or Columbia Engineering for the fall of 2022.
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