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Georgia will require ACT or SAT college tests at four more public universities starting fall 2026

Four more schools in the University System of Georgia will begin requiring admissions testing starting in the fall of 2026. The Board of Regents voted to start requiring the SAT or ACT tests at Augusta University, Georgia State, Georgia Southern and Kennesaw State.

Test requirements had already been restored for the University of Georgia, Georgia Tech and Georgia College and State University. During the meeting, Chancellor Sonny Perdue reiterated his belief that neither high school grade-point averages nor standardized test scores are a perfect measure, but he said the two together are the best available predictors of a student’s capacity to achieve.

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