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New law makes ACT/SAT scores temporarily optional for college admissions

University of Colorado Boulder - CU Boulder Today

The governor on Wednesday signed a new law that temporarily gives Colorado public universities and colleges the option of taking national assessment test scores into consideration when assessing students through the admissions process.

On June 15, the Colorado General Assembly passed House Bill 20-1407, which allows the state’s higher education institutions to determine whether to require national assessment test scores as an admissions eligibility criterion for first-time, first-year students who graduate from high school in 2021.

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