NCAA task force recommends removing minimum standardized test scores


An NCAA task force recommended on Friday that incoming freshmen in Division I and II college athletics should no longer be required to meet minimum scores on standardized tests for initial eligibility. The recommendation was made by the NCAA Standardized Test Score Task Force, which was formed as part of the NCAA's plan to advance racial equity. (ESPN.com)

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NCAA task force recommends removing minimum standardized test scores


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