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The Billion-Dollar SAT Industry is Facing an Existential Crisis

After years of buildup, will the pandemic finally put an end to Big Test?

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Last Monday, the University of Maryland announced that it would extend its test-optional application policy to the spring and fall admissions periods of 2022 and 2023, allowing students to choose whether to submit SAT or ACT scores. It…

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