Much has been made of the University of California’s recent decision to remove the SAT/ACT from its admissions requirements.
It’s caused many people to draw the (eminently logical) conclusion that they no longer need to prepare for the SAT.
“No SAT means no SAT prep, right? I can just stop learning all this stuff?”
Listen to episode 21 of the Vocabbett podcast to find out why, in my opinion, announcements like this can cause extraordinary unintended consequences…and how you should be interpreting them!
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