Beginning in the fall of 2021, students applying to the College of Wooster will no longer be required to submit their SAT or ACT scores as part of the school’s admissions process.  Faculty members this week adopted a test-optional admission policy, meaning that if they want to, students can submit their scores, but they’ll no longer have to.  According to the college, one of the reasons for the change is that such tests are expensive to take and have been known to reflect bias.  The college joins more than a dozen other schools in the state that have already done away with the requirement.