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Coronavirus in Texas

Texas universities are shelving SAT and ACT requirements as coronavirus scrambles admissions process

Texas A&M University and the University of Texas at Austin are the latest schools to announce a temporary suspension of test requirements. Others already had doubts about how well standardized tests predict student performance, and the pandemic has them rethinking their admissions approach.

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