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Xavier University Will No Longer Require ACT And SAT Scores


A growing number of colleges are no longer requiring standardized exams traditionally used during the admissions process. Xavier University is now joining their ranks. 

The Jesuit university announced in August that undergraduate applicants no longer have to submit their SAT and ACT scores. More than a 1,000 colleges and universities have now dropped the test requirements according to FairTest.org.

Joining Cincinnati Edition to discuss the move is Xavier University Enrollment Management and Student Success Vice President Aaron Meis.

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