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Table Of Contents

The Emergence of Standardized Testing and the Rise of Test-Optional Admissions Practices, by Jack Buckley, Lynn Letukas, and Ben Wildavsky
1. Eight Myths about Standardized Admissions Testing, by Paul Sackett and Nathan Kuncel
2. The Core Case for Testing, by Emily Shaw
3. Grade Inflation and the Role of Standardized Testing, by Michael Hurwitz and Jason Lee
4. Merit and Scholarships in Providing Assistance to Students and the Role of Standardized Tests, by Jim Brooks, Jonathan Jacobs, and Roger Thompson
5. When HSGPA and Test Scores Disagree, by Edgar Sanchez and Krista Mattern
6. The Rise of Test-Optional Admissions Practices, by Jerome A. Lucido
7. Going Test-Optional, by Eric Maguire
8. Test Scores and High School Grades as Predictors, by Matthew Chingos, Michael S. McPherson, and William Bowen
Comment to Test Scores and High School Grades as Predictors, by Michael Hurwitz and Meredith Welch
Rely to Hurwitz and Welch, by Matthew Chingos and Michael S. McPherson
9. How Do Percent Plans and Other Test-Optional Admissions Programs Affect the Academic Performance and Diversity of the Entering Class?, by Rebecca Zwick
10. The Test-Optional Movement at America’s Selective Liberal Arts Colleges, by Andrew Belasco, Kelly Rosinger, and James C. Hearn
11. The Effect of Going Test-optional on Diversity and Admissions, by Kyle Sweitzer, A. Emiko Blalock, and Dhruv Sharma
The Future of College Admissions, by Jack Buckley, Lynn Letukas, and Ben Wildavsky
List of Contributors
Index