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FairTest Reacts to the 2019 College Admissions Scandal

Between expensive test prep, pricey advisors, unethical, and, in this case, downright illegal behavior, ACT and SAT scores are easily “gamed” by those with financial means. To reduce the unfair advantage that people with abundant resources have in our test-reliant admissions system, FairTest leads the national movement for test-optional admissions policies. Today more than 1,000 colleges and universities have test-optional policies that evaluate an applicant's entire portfolio.

“Beyond The GRE” Campaign And “GREXIT” Web List Seek To Downplay Tests In Graduate School Admissions

for further information:
Sandra L. Petersen, PhD  413 545-1808           
or Bob Schaeffer (FairTest)  239 395-6773

 

for immediate release, Thursday, November 1, 2018

Major New Study Shows Test-Optional Policies Increase Diversity, Preserve Academic Quality

for further information:                                                                 

Bob Schaeffer (239) 395-6773

ACT/SAT Test-Optional List Tops 1,000 Colleges, Universities

for further information, contact:

Bob Schaeffer(239) 395-6773                                         

            mobile  (239) 699-0468

 

for immediate release Wednesday, January 10, 2018

FairTest Reaction to Class of 2017 SAT Results

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Admissions Movement Leaving ACT/SAT Behind - Higher Education

Original Article location: http://diverseeducation.com/article/87965/
 

Test-Optional Admissions list Tops 900 Colleges and Universities

for further information, contact:
Bob Schaeffer (239) 395-6773                                         
          mobile  (239) 699-0468

 

for immediate release Monday, November 13, 2016

Half of "Top 100" National Liberal Arts Colleges Do Not Require ACT/SAT

for further information, contact:

Bob Schaeffer  (239) 395-6773                                        

            mobile  (239) 699-0468

 

for immediate release Monday, September 19, 2016

More Colleges Drop ACT Requirement as Taxpayer Subsidized Test Volume Grows

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SAT Subject Tests “Fading Away” As Admissions Requirement; Hundreds Of Thousands Fewer Exams Administered

for further information:                                                                
Bob Schaeffer (239) 395-6773
                   cell (239) 699-0468

 

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