Consider motives behind test-optional college admission

07/23/2009 | NYTimes.com

The recent move by some colleges to not require entrance exams such as the SAT or ACT could be an effort to attract more applicants and make their admissions process seem more selective, according to some experts. Colleges also might be using SAT or ACT scores submitted by students to award merit scholarships, a practice the students might not know about, the experts say.

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