How would SAT-only admissions affect diversity?

How would SAT-only admissions affect diversity?

A study by the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce finds that colleges would have far more white and wealthy students if admissions were based on SAT scores alone. The number of white students at the top 200 institutions would go from 66% to 75% with wealthy students making up 63% of the student body instead of the current 60%, the data shows.

The Chronicle of Higher Education (free content) 

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