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Updates to the College Admissions Process—Test-Optional and Beyond: What Administrators, Teachers, and Students Need to Know This Year
In 2020, an unprecedented number of colleges and universities adopted test-optional admissions policies, a move that changed the application process dramatically.

At the same time, many higher education institutions have continued to use standardized test scores to make merit-based aid and admissions decisions.

Get insights from college admissions experts Dan Howarth, Roel Piseno, and Henry Price as they address strategies and best practices for students applying to college in the near future. They will present admissions information and strategies, including:

- Helping students identify institutions that match their values and aspirations
- Understanding the pros and cons of test-optional admissions
- Establishing criteria for determining whether students should take standardized tests, and if so, when
- Looking ahead to the forthcoming digital SAT and how it may affect college access and admissions
- Guiding students in crafting successful college applications
- Ensuring equitable access to test-prep and admissions support
- Finding resources to help students attain financial aid
- Supporting teacher professional development in the area of college admissions

A live Q&A will follow the presentation.

Oct 27, 2022 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Dan Howarth
‪Director of Educational Partnerships @The Princeton Review | Tutor.com
Roel Piseno
Senior Director, Educational Partnerships @The Princeton Review | Tutor.com
Henry Price
Senior Manager, Institutional Training & Curriculum @The Princeton Review | Tutor.com