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Appellate court temporarily stays ruling requiring UC to cease use of SAT, ACT in admissions

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As the case is temporarily stayed, the UC system may use the SAT and ACT in its admissions at this time.

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SEPTEMBER 24, 2020

The First Appellate District Court of Appeal in California stayed a case against the UC Board of Regents that required the UC system to cease its use of the SAT and ACT in its admissions process until further order from the court.

According to the court docket, the decision is pending further consideration of the petition to stay the case. As the case is temporarily stayed, the UC system may use the SAT and ACT in its admissions at this time.

Check back for updates.

Maya Akkaraju is a deputy news editor. Contact her at [email protected] and follow her on Twitter at @maya_akkaraju.
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