NACAC’s Task Force on Standardized Admission Testing for International and US Students is in the process of examining systemic challenges to the current US-based testing model that have become increasingly apparent as the system adapts to accommodate more students traveling across borders to pursue education.

With a specific focus on the SAT and ACT, as US-based exams being administered and used globally, the task force seeks your input on the following questions to ensure it incorporates the perspectives of our diverse membership.

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* 1. In the past 3 years, please describe your experience, or that of your school/institution/organization, with the SAT or ACT for students who have tested, or prepared for tests, outside of the United States? 

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* 2. What do you see as the biggest challenge facing SAT and ACT test takers in a globalized landscape?

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* 3. What are the obligations of higher education institutions under the current admission testing model, domestically and internationally?

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* 4. If you have any other comments or suggestions for the task force, please include them here.

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* 5. Through its report, the task force intends to share several case studies of professional and student experiences with the SAT and ACT. If you are interested in sharing an experience, please briefly summarize it here. Include contact information for follow-up.

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