ATLANTA — Students applying to public universities in Georgia for the upcoming fall semester will not be required to submit standardized test scores.
Georgia’s university system announced this week that it will temporarily waive ACT and SAT score requirements for most of its schools for fall 2022.
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The waiver does not include students applying to Georgia College & State University, Georgia Tech, and the University of Georgia.
USG says all other admission requirements must be met, including the minimum adjusted grade point average: 3.4 for research universities, 3.2 for comprehensive universities, and 3.0 for college universities. State.
The student can still submit their ACT or SAT scores with their application. Scores are still required to apply for the Zell Miller Fellowship, but not the HOPE Fellowship, which has never required scores.
Many school systems across the country have also temporarily suspended requirements since the coronavirus pandemic began two years ago.
The Associated Press reported that more than 1,800 colleges and universities, or nearly 80% of U.S. four-year campuses, have adopted optional or no-score testing policies for applicants in the fall of 2022, according to the anti-terrorist group. -FairTest test.
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