Freddy reported this past weekend that George Mason University is no longer accepting SAT scores for incoming students. This is acutally not 100% true as a reader pointed out to me yesterday.

From the Mason Gazette:

George Mason will permit high school seniors with strong academic records to apply for admission without standardized test scores, becoming one of the largest competitive public universities in the nation to offer such a policy.

Beginning this fall, seniors with cumulative GPAs of 3.5 or higher who rank in the top 20 percent of their class will have the option of being considered for admission without submitting SAT or ACT scores.

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