Class of 2025 First Look - Did Test-Optional Change Things?
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High-quality admissions data is critical to the success of any data-driven college planning process. While we cannot predict the future, we can use historical data to put events in context. At CPC, we've partnered with College Kickstart to stay on top of the latest admissions data to help students and parents navigate the process through information vs. emotion.
Recently, the team at College Kickstart invited us to join a partner roundtable, where they shared their first look at Class of 2025 results and implications for the upcoming application cycle. While the data is preliminary, we wanted to share with you some of the important insights we took away from the session.
Let's talk about the Class of 2025 through the lens of data collected from 100 schools to date and how students responded to submitting test scores.
Plenty of applicants submitted test scores
Admission Rates for schools reviewed were higher if students submitted test scores
Admit Rate with Test (average of schools below)- 27%
Admit Rate without Test - (average of schools below) -17%