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Brown University became the last Ivy League school to drop its SAT and ACT essay requirements on Tuesday.
The school struck down its mandate on the essay portion, citing its desire to eliminate application barriers for low-income students, amid a nationwide trend to drop the essays.
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Students who choose to take the essay portions of the ACT and SAT need to pay an additional fee of up to $16.50 or $17, respectively. But the essay portions are not available during some school-day iterations of the tests.
“Given the significant growth in free school-day testing, it’s important to enable students from low-income families to take advantage of the tests already offered by their school districts and not place an undue burden on them...
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