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A view overlooking the University of Chicago in November 2010. (kern.justin/Flickr)
A view overlooking the University of Chicago in November 2010. (kern.justin/Flickr)
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Undergraduate applicants to the University of Chicago no longer have to include SAT or ACT scores in their applications. It's the first top-tier university to make the tests optional, though a growing number of other schools are making similar moves.

Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson talks with James Nondorf, dean of admissions and vice president of enrollment and student advancement at the University of Chicago.

This segment aired on June 15, 2018.

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