The Data on Test Submitters
(and how it has changed over time)
The idea of test-optional admissions is nothing new as many institutions had adopted it long before COVID-19., recognizing the difficulty that students had in preparing for, and taking tests during the global crisis.
As schools return to pre-pandemic normalcy, a large number are keeping their test-optional policies in place.
- The proportion of students submitting tests over time by funnel stage
- The yield rates of test submitters and non-test submitters for the past three cycles
- The proportion of applicants submitting test scores by academic interest
- Trends for test-optional behavior by gender and ethnicity
- And much more...
Note: This data was referenced in a recent virtual forum presented by The Chronicle of Higher Education with support from MARKETview