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Does the SAT matter? Bates raises questions

By Marcella Bombardieri and Jenna Russell
October 3, 2004

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An intriguing review by Bates College suggests that colleges could do just fine without the Scholastic Assessment Test. Twenty years after Bates made SAT scores optional for applicants, it looked back on the success rates of its students -- and found that those accepted without test scores are no more likely than their SAT-submitting peers to struggle academically or drop ... (Full Article: 914 Words)

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