Colleges take personality into account in admission process

08/20/2009 | Wall Street Journal, The

Colleges are giving prospective students personality tests in addition to looking at traditional measures such as SAT scores and high-school grades. The reasoning is that the results might identify potential dropouts or students in need of extra tutoring before they get into academic difficulties.

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