Harvard Brings Back SAT, ACT Requirement For Undergrads—Latest School To Reinstate Standardized Tests

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Harvard University announced Thursday it will once again require standardized test scores for undergraduate admissions, the latest—and most high-profile—higher education institution to reverse its test-optional policy spurred by the Covid-19 pandemic.

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The standardized testing requirement will affect undergraduate students applying for admissions to the class of 2029 this fall, according to Harvard College, the Ivy League school’s undergraduate arm.

While the college will require submissions of SAT and ACT test scores, it will allow other eligible exams in “exceptional cases in which applicants are unable to access” the traditional tests.

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