Testing-Optional College Admissions and UC California Ruling

Matt Larriva
Sep 26, 2020
Home » Blog » Testing-Optional College Admissions and UC California Ruling

WASHINGTON D.C., UNITED STATES, September 24, 2020 – EmergingEdTech

University of California Case Ruling || Recently, the University of California was ordered to stop using SAT and ACT test scores in admissions, and while the case involves students with disabilities, the judge’s ruling extends to all prospective students. While the UC system has been ordered to go test blind, ignoring test scores for admissions and scholarships completely, more schools are moving toward the testing-optional trend. What does the University of California ruling mean for the state of standardized testing for students in and outside the state? […]


Get an elite SAT/ACT test score in 10-minutes per day.

The average student who studies for 8 hours will gain 90 points on the SAT. Power Play students gain 200 points in the same amount of time.

Power Play is a 10-minute microlearning system that helps students like you increase knowledge retention, reduce learner anxiety, and ace the SAT and ACT tests.

Guaranteed improvement in just 8 weeks.