BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Indiana University may soon stop requiring students to submit their ACT or SAT scores with college applications.
A spokesman for the university says that students who are applying for fall 2021 could have the option to not submit the testing.
IU’s Board of Trustees recently approved the policy change, said the Northwest Indiana Times, so now the university’s nine individual campuses must approve and implement their own “test-optional” admissions practice.
Ball State University also made submitting your ACT and SAT scores optional in 2018.
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