26 August 2021
Colleges with Test-Blind/Test-Free Admission Policies for the 2021-22 Admission Cycle
While the vast majority of institutions in our coverage universe offer some form of test-optional admissions, some have completely eliminated standardized testing from consideration—even if you submit scores.
Click on Continue Reading to see our list of schools offering test-blind/test-free admissions for the 2021-22 cycle. For your convenience, we've included admit rates, test score ranges and links to each school's standardized test policy details to help you find suitable candidates for your college list.
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Colleges with Test-Blind/Test-Free Admission Policies
Class of 2026 Edition
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|Institution||Admit Rate||SAT Mid 50%||ACT Mid 50%||Test Policy||Details|
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