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The pandemic showed some Texas universities that they didn’t need the SAT. They might never go back.

Many Texas public universities have committed to accepting students who do not submit SAT or ACT standardized test scores, signaling that test-optional policies could be here to stay.

Viky Cruz at Alvin High School's graduation ceremony on June 6, 2020.

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