right arrow
PARENTS4PARENTS is a new initiative aimed at highlighting the vast expertise of our parents community while helping other parents better navigate the college admissions process. aggies1989 is a UC alumnus and parent of two UC college kids. ASK HIM ANYTHING!
GUEST STUDENT OF THE WEEK: fintech3753 is a current student at the Wharton School. Majoring in finance, he is hoping to pursue a career at the intersection of finance and technology. ASK HIM ANYTHING!
Make sure to check out our August Checklist for HS Seniors. Consult these quick resources to get you started on the process this month.
As we work to adjust to the current reality, make sure to check out these dedicated COVID-19 resources: our directory of virtual campus tours, our directory of extended deadlines, as well as the list of schools going test optional this fall.

Study: Free Testing Could Boost Number, Diversity of College Applicants

New study finds that offering free SAT or ACT testing in HS could lead to more graduating seniors considering and applying to colleges. https://www.collegeconfidential.com/articles/study-free-testing-could-boost-number-diversity-of-college-applicants/
2 replies
· Reply · Share

Replies to: Study: Free Testing Could Boost Number, Diversity of College Applicants

  • helix8helix8 56 replies1 threads Junior Member
    This may be true, but College Board certainly will not do this. Who is going to pay for the free tests?
    · Reply · Share
  • bluebayoubluebayou 28077 replies209 threads Senior Member
    ^^if you search for the article, it's basically about Universal testing, paid for by school districts, and offered during a regular school day.
    · Reply · Share
This discussion has been closed.

Recent Activity