Learn about test-optional policies and whether it makes sense to apply to colleges without an SAT or ACT.
More than 100 colleges have adopted a test-optional admissions policy in the wake of the coronavirus, allowing students to submit an application without an SAT or ACT score. Our founder Vinay Bhaskara will summarize the recent changes to test-optional policies, and provide advice on whether you should consider applying to your top choice schools without an SAT or ACT score.
We’ll also open up the floor for a Q&A session to answer any and all questions about test-optional policies and standardized test strategy in college admissions.
Undergrad College: University of Chicago
Work Experience: As a Co-Founder of CollegeVine, I lead the data science and admissions curriculum teams. I have worked with thousands of students and families over the course of 8 years. I have also spent time as a senior analyst in aviation operations, strategy, and marketing.