Study reveals SAT thresholds may hinder future four-year success

From Inside Higher Ed:

For those students on the cusp of meeting minimum SAT requirements to enter college, where they choose to enroll could determine their chance of eventually earning a bachelor’s degree.

Researchers from the College Board and Harvard University’s Kennedy School released a paper last month describing how students who are drawn out of four-year institutions to the two-year sector — due to minimum thresholds for SAT scores — have lower bachelor’s degree completion rates than those who attend four-year universities.

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