ANN ARBOR, MI - This fall, prospective students applying to the University of Michigan will no longer need to complete the optional writing component of the SAT or the ACT.
Following in the footsteps of other institutions like Harvard, Yale, Princeton and Stanford, UM announced it was eliminating the writing component when the application goes live on Aug. The SAT's switch to an evidence-based reading and writing section in 2016, which combines the test scores of reading and writing into one common score, was a factor in the decision to make providing the score optional, said UM Vice Provost for Enrollment Management Kedra Ishop.
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U-M adopted those requirements for applicants in the summer of 2006.
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Hundreds of colleges and universities, including the University of Chicago, have done away with requiring applicants to submit their SAT or ACT scores on applications.
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The Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan must have liked the essay questions it used last year, because it has made only the smallest of tweaks to them for this season.
Previously, the school gave applicants nine options for its 100-word short answers—this year, candidates have just six.
One has to wonder whether the admissions committee received an abundance of responses to the prompts that were kept, while those that were largely ignored by applicants were discarded.