Last week, hundreds of thousands of students held their breath as the College Board released SAT scores for the March SAT. Many students around the country view the SATs as a make-or-break rite of passage in the college application admission process. Globally, the number of teens taking the SAT exams each year continues to rise, even as fewer U.S. colleges require the SATs for admission. According to FairTest.org, the National Center for Fair and Open Testing, there are currently hundreds of “test-optional” colleges across the United States.
Despite controversies over the SAT, however—including whether it measures affluence or aptitude, whether online classes will render SATs obsolete, or whether SAT review courses are worth the cost—students should still plan on taking the SATs, since the overwhelming majority of U.S. colleges require them for admission.
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