In this episode, I break down who benefits the most (and least) from test-optional policies. With Harvard's recent announcement to extend their test-optional policy for another four years, it appears that this trend may become permanent. Who will be the winners and losers? I think you'll be surprised by the answers.
0:01:39 First impressions
0:02:50 Who benefits most?
0:03:30 Hooked students
0:04:50 Non-hooked, super-qualified students
0:08:23 Lazy students
0:10:15 Super-motivated students
0:12:00 Overwhelmed parents
0:13:00 Who benefits the least?
0:14:19 The real losers
0:15:50 In general, all students
0:18:07 Review of winners
0:19:30 Review of losers Follow us:
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