As we entered 2020, roughly one-third of the schools in our coverage universe offered some form of test-optional admissions. That
figure cleared 70 percent in June and is now hovering at 90 percent with the holdouts largely in the South, particularly the public universities in Flordia and Georgia.
To help you keep up with the changes, we're actively tracking test-optional policies for several popular institutions we cover. As always, the definition of "test-optional" varies by institution and often has strings attached so pay close attention to
Click on Continue Reading to see our list of test-optional schools and the type of test-optional policy they employ. For your convenience, we've included admit rates, test score ranges and links to each school's standardized test policy to help
you find suitable candidates for your college list.
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