Eye on Education

Ohio Offers Free College Entrance Exams for Students

Looking to take the SAT or ACT during the upcoming school year? It’ll cost you a whopping $0.00, reports the Cleveland Plain Dealer.

COLUMBUS, Ohio — This fall’s Ohio high school freshmen can take the ACT or SAT for free when they’re juniors, courtesy of the state. It’s one of many changes that are coming to K-12 education, beginning with the 2014-15 school year. Those include new graduation requirements for the class of 2018.

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