University of Chicago drops SAT/ACT requirement

One of the top research universities in the U.S. has joined a growing number of schools that no longer requires SAT or ACT scores from U.S. students.

The University of Chicago, which ranks third on the U.S. News & World Report list of top national universities, made the announcement Thursday, June 14, according to the Washington Post report.

U-Chicago with a low admission rate of seven per cent has stated it is also expanding financial aid and getting rid of in-person admission interviews.

The university will instead allow students to send in short video clips to supplement their applications.

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