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Document Number: 4586

The Effects of Using ACT Composite Score and High School Average on College Admission Decisions for Racial/Ethnic Groups - This study examined the effects of using ACT Composite scores and/or high school averages in making college admission decisions for students from selected racial/ethnic groups. The author concludes that using both standardized test scores and high school grades in college admissions increases the likelihood of students' academic success and persistence in college. (Julie Noble, ACT, Inc., 2003) ...


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