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From CNN Money: Here’s what happened when these colleges ditched SAT scores

Bombed the SAT? Not to worry.

A growing number of schools — about 850 and counting — no longer require applicants to submit their scores. And college officials say that a test-optional policy helps them attract strong applicants that may not have previously applied — including students of color, and those from low income families.

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