Georgia won’t demand tests to enter 23 of 26 public colleges

Tests will remain required at the University of Georgia and Georgia Tech, while Georgia College and State University in Milledgeville will resume a testing requirement in what Chancellor Sonny Perdue characterized as an experiment to examine how requiring the exams affects applications.

Perdue left open the possibility that he could ask regents to permanently abolish testing requirements at many universities.

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