Brown will not be needing applicants to submit an SAT or ACT essay rating.
Brown University has transformed into the latest extremely selective college to drop the SAT or ACT essay requirement from candidates. As our regular visitors may keep in mind, on July fifth whenever we stated that Princeton University and Stanford University had been dropping the SAT or essay that is ACT, we made a crystal ball forecast. For visitors not used to our college admissions weblog, Ivy Coach includes a crystal ball, one cited in major news magazines. Even though our crystal ball are tongue in cheek, it includes extremely accurate readings. On July fifth, we claimed, “Princeton’s decision ensures that Brown University has become the lone Ivy League college to nevertheless need an essay rating through the SAT or ACT. Harvard, Yale, Dartmouth, Columbia, Penn, and Cornell have got all currently fallen this requirement…Our crystal ball predicts that Brown University will drop its SAT or ACT essay requirement over the following calendar 12 months to participate its seven Ivy League siblings.” It took Brown every one of one to drop the requirement week. Color us surprised.
As previously mentioned in a Brown University news release in the choice to drop the SAT or essay that is ACT, “Beginning with next year’s inbound undergraduate class, Brown University will not any longer require prospective students to submit SAT essay or ACT writing scores whenever trying to get admission into the University. Eliminating the necessity contributes to a growing variety of efforts at Brown to lessen obstacles that pupils from low-income families may encounter whenever applying, stated Logan Powell, the University’s dean of admission. Numerous pupils from low-income families make the most of free SAT testing offered through the school time by the university Board, which administers the test. Leer más