Hofstra University to become ‘SAT-optional’ in 2015

Hofstra says in 2015, students will no longer

Hofstra says in 2015, students will no longer be required to list standardized test scores when they apply to the school. (June 27, 2014 6:10 PM)

Hofstra University says it is no longer going to look at standardized tests when reviewing applications.

Starting in fall 2015, Long Island’s largest private university will join close to 800 other schools that are “SAT-optional.”

“We know that the best predictor of future success is not the standardized test, but it's the record of work in the classroom," says Melissa Connolly, of vice...

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