GMU to Drop SAT Requirement for Some Applicants

Citing studies that show that SAT scores can be a poor indicator of how well students will perform at the University level, officials at George Mason University have decided that students who meet certain other requirements with regard to their high school achievements will be exempt from submitting Scholastic Aptitude Test scores. Today's Metro section has the story.

By  |  May 25, 2006; 10:57 AM ET  | Category:  Colleges and Universities
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