Influenced by the new crown pandemic, Harvard University announced it would not require SAT/ACT results.

According tomedia reports, as the new crown epidemic continues to spread, it has led to the Daily Life of the American people continue to change in every aspect, the latest example is in college enrollment. Given the difficulty of students actually taking the test in person, Harvard University announced that it would not require the SUBMISSION of student applications to be accompanied by ACT/SAT standardized test scores. Most Ivy League schools now follow this practice, and only Princeton University is requiring applicants for such standardized tests.

Influenced by the new crown pandemic, Harvard University announced it would not require SAT/ACT results.

“Harvard University will allow students to apply for grades 2025 without requiring standardized test scores,” Harvard University said in a statement posted on its website Monday. We understand that the popularity of COVID-19 poses insurmountable challenges for all students, especially those with financial difficulties, and we believe that this temporary change will address these challenges. “

Harvard went on to add that standardized test scores have been one of the many factors used to measure applications. Harvard University has promised that any student who does not submit an ACT/SAT exam will not be disadvantaged in the application process. The students’ applications “will be considered based on what they have shown and encourage them to send any material they believe will convey their achievements and commitment to the future in high school.”

As of this time, Princeton appeared to be the only Ivy League school that still standardizes test scores as part of the admissions process. Harvard’s exam-related changes are scheduled to take place this fall — although some and possibly all classroom sourcing may be online.