Harvard University becomes latest Ivy League to reinstate SAT, ACT for admissions

Following the footsteps of its Ivy League peers, including Yale, Dartmouth and Brown, Harvard University announced that it is reinstating its standardized testing requirement in admissions beginning with the Class of 2029.

Harvard had initially said the test-optional policy would remain in effect until applications for the Class of 2030, according to The Harvard Crimson.

The university said that while it will accept the SAT or ACT “to meet the standardized test requirement,” other eligible tests will be accepted “in exceptional cases in which those tests are not accessible.”

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