High school students will have two less things to worry about when applying to college this spring.
The College Board nationwide testing group announced it was eliminating the SAT subject tests and the optional SAT essay this year to “reduce and simplify demands on students.”
Many local experts, though, believe the modifications were inevitable as fewer and fewer schools relied on the traditional tests for admissions.
Subject tests—multiple-choice exams that evaluated students’ understandi...
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