Testing Doom Liberty University's need to rely less on admissions testing

Every Student has stepped into a room for the ACT or SAT and felt like the poor statue.

Students are often annoyed from testing.

Also, all students are not provided the same opportunities both result in testing not being the best way to compare students.

Testing does not allow applicants the chance to show involvement in the community or philanthropic involvement beyond their home town.
Interviews would allow an applicant to show who he or she is and attempt to leave an impression of him or her self beyond academics or a score.
Looking beyond test scores would allow Liberty to better achieve their goal of training champions for Christ and sending them all over the country and the world.


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