Harvard University said Monday night that it wouldn’t require undergraduate applicants to submit ACT or SAT scores next year, citing “insurmountable challenges in scheduling tests.”

“In the face of unprecedented uncertainty and anxiety surrounding the coronavirus and the economy, we want to be helpful in any way we can,” the school said in an update on its website. It isn’t changing its admission deadlines at this time, but said it expects fewer people to apply in the early action round, which has a Nov. 1 deadline, given…

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