Colleges dropped the SAT and ACT. Here’s why many high schools didn’t

Students applying to Indiana University, the state’s flagship school, don’t have to submit standardized test scores to be considered for admission. But they still have to take the SAT in high school.

That is because Indiana started using the College Board’s SAT in spring 2022 as its way of measuring school quality under federal education law. Among its reasons: The SAT is nationally recognized, fairly short and—until recently—widely used in college admissions.

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