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REPORT: University Of California System Will No Longer Consider Test Scores In Admissions Process

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By Marlo Safi


The University of California (UC) system will not consider SAT or ACT scores as part of its admissions process through 2025 following a lawsuit that argued the exams were discriminatory, Bloomberg Law reported Friday.

The UC board of regents voted nearly a year prior to phase out standardized testing requirements in admissions and replace them with a new application by 2025. Students and advocacy groups sued the university. In August, a judge granted a preliminary injunction preventing schools from considering standardized test scores over the course of the lawsuit, according to Bloomberg Law.

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