Getting In Without the SAT By MICHAEL A. WILNER, NYTimes
If you are a student who wants to opt out of the standardized testing game, you now have two alternatives: you can withhold your scores from test-optional institutions, or you can apply exclusively to schools on this growing list, dropping out of the testing process entirely. Fairtest.org, a standardized testing watchdog, points out that more than a quarter of all American colleges and universities are now test-optional in some form. (read more)
See “SAT Wars: The Case for Test-Optional College Admissions,” a collection of essays on the topic.