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Resolved: In the United States, colleges and universities ought not consider standardized tests in undergraduate admissions decisions.

Resolved: In the United States, colleges and universities ought not consider standardized tests in undergraduate admissions decisions.

Affirmative

Results inaccurate
Results based on class
Result based on race
Costs of administering

Negative

Need an objective admissions criteria since schools vary
Tests accurate measure college potential

Affirmative

The racist beginnings of standardized testing (2019)

Race and College Admissions: Harvard and Chicago (2019)

History of SAT mired in racism and elitism (2019)

Why the SAST shouldn’t be used in college admissions (2019)

Abolish standardized testing through college admissions
(2019)

The case against the SAT in college admissions (2019)

Abolish the SAT (2019)

The widening racial score gap in the college admissions test (2019)

Is it finally time to get rid of the SAT and ACT college admissions tests? (2019)

Results of removing standardized test scores from college admissionsI (2015)

Standardized testing offers a neutral yardstick In college admissions (2019)

Importance of SAT scores dwindling in college admissions (2019)

The SAT is unfair and shouldn’t decide college admissions (2019)

Admitting BIAS: A review of Test Optional at George Mason (2008)