Are the UC schools test blind?

The UC will take a test-blind approach and will not use the SAT or ACT as a factor in admissions for high school students applying in the fall 2021 cycle, according to the UC Admissions website. As part of the regents’ May 21 vote, the UC plans to create a new test by fall 2025.

Are UC schools accepting SAT scores?

UC regents voted in May to drop the SAT and ACT test scores as admission requirements but permitted individual campuses to allow optional, voluntary submissions for 20. a lawsuit says the scores place low-income students, minorities and people with disabilities at an unfair disadvantage.

Do UCS accept December SAT scores?

UC states right on the website that they almost never accept late applications, so don’t miss this deadline! However, as long as you have your application submitted by November 30th, you can still take the ACT/SAT in December (if you decide to submit test scores, which are no longer required).

Is December too late to take the SAT?

Recap: December SAT If you’re applying early action or early decision this year, the December SAT will be too late, but it’s a great final SAT date if you’re a senior applying regular decision.

Is the SAT easier in December?

Colleges find value in SAT and ACT test scores because of the assiduously standardized nature of these exams. This also means that the SAT in December is no easier than the one in May or June. If it really were, colleges would discount December tests, probably to the extent that they wouldn’t even accept them.