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Harvey Mudd eliminates SAT subject test requirement

Dave_BerryDave_Berry CC Admissions Expert 492 replies2900 threads CC Admissions Expert
"Beginning in next year’s admissions cycle for the class of 2025, Harvey Mudd College will no longer require students to submit SAT subject tests, the school announced Feb. 6. The school previously required two subject tests, according to HMC’s website.

'We are excited to make this policy change and hope that it will remove a barrier to applying to the College for many students,' Thyra Briggs, vice president for admission and financial aid, said in a press release. 'Our alumni have been transformative leaders since our founding. In order to continue this tradition, it is essential that we make a Harvey Mudd education as accessible as possible.'" ...

https://tsl.news/harvey-mudd-sat-subject-test/
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  • Mwfan1921Mwfan1921 3889 replies71 threads Senior Member
    edited February 14
    It's interesting that Mudd hasn't communicated whether the subject tests will still be considered in the application process.

    I appreciate the clarity that Cal Tech communicated when dropping the subject test requirement last month, saying they will not be considered...so they will be subject test blind.

    I hope Mudd ultimately does the same, because going from the subject tests being required to something like 'strongly recommended' or 'recommended' or even 'optional', means many counselors will tell students to still take and submit them...so really, not much of a change.
    edited February 14
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