Harvard Waives SAT, ACT Requirement For New Students

Harvard College has officially waived its testing requirements for new students for years to come.

“Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and its continued impact on access to testing for high school age students, Harvard College will allow students to apply for admission without requiring SAT or ACT scores for the upcoming admitted classes of ’27, ’28, ’29, and ’30,” the school said in its announcement.

The school said students who do not submit scores will not be penalized, a major break from nearly all schools in the nation.

- Advertisement -

“Students who do not submit standardized test scores will not be disadvantaged in their application process,” said William R. Fitzsimmons, dean of admissions and financial aid. “Their applications will be considered on the basis of what they have presented, and they are encouraged to send whatever materials they believe would convey their accomplishments in secondary school and their promise for the future.”

Want more? Check out Trish Regan’s podcast HERE.



- Advertisement -

Related Articles

Stay Connected

- Advertisement -

Latest Articles

Get The Full Story From Me

Conservative Media is under attack from Big Tech. Please join my 100% FREE NEWSLETTER.

  • https://chrt.fm/track/23284G/traffic.omny.fm/d/clips/5e27a451-e6e6-4c51-aa03-a7370003783c/d93acfd6-a015-4c06-8697-ad42013d1e7d/a3d19ac6-dc96-485b-826d-ae80002084cd/audio.mp3