College of St. Scholastica to offer “test-optional” policy for undergraduate applicants

DULUTH, MN – Students hoping to attend the College of St. Scholastica will no longer need to take an ACT or SAT.

St. Scholastica is adopting a “test-optional policy” for undergraduate applicants.

The school approved the move on Thursday.

Officials say the new admission approach looks at the full potential of a student instead of just a test score.

The change affects students now applying for admission to the fall 2019 class.

More than 1,000 accredited, four-year colleges and universities are now test-optional, according to the National Center for Fair and Open Testing,

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