How “Test Optional” and “Test Blind” Policies are Shaping Testing’s Future
In 2020, many US universities implemented “test optional” and “test blind” policies in response to COVID-19. As the pandemic continues to evolve, some schools, such as the UCs, are even committing to a long term relaxation of their standardized testing requirements. As a college applicant from Hong Kong, how should I interpret this?
Join Kevin from The Edge to find out:
• What does “test optional” and “test blind” mean?
• How does this policy affect international students or US citizens abroad?
• Can I really not take the ACT or SAT?
|Seminar:||How "Test Optional" and "Test Blind" Policies are Shaping Testing's Future|
|Date:||September 11, Saturday|
|Venue:||The Edge Learning Center, 2/F, The Zoroastrian Building,
101 Leighton Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
|Speaker:||Mr Kevin Kwok
Edge Prep Tutor
FREE ADMISSIONS to both the seminar and mock test on a first-come-first-served basis.
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The Edge Learning Center is Hong Kong’s premier Test Preparation, Academic Tutoring, and Admissions Consulting services provider. Founded in 2008, The Edge has helped thousands of students improve their ACT and SAT scores as well as their IB and AP grades. The AC team has just finished off another successful period in which students gained acceptance to schools such as MIT, Stanford, UChicago, Oxford, Cambridge, Cornell, Imperial, and many more! Check out our latest Admissions Results!