A court orders the University of California not to use the SAT Or ACT during the pandemic

Once it was clear that the pandemic was making testing very difficult, three U.C. campuses, including Berkeley, Santa Cruz and Irvine, decided they would adopt the test-blind policy immediately. Now all nine campuses must do so until the case has either settled or a final ruling has been issued. The judge indicated he was likely to decide ultimately for the plaintiffs if the case doesn’t settle.