(Time) You don’t want to relive the high-school stress of taking the SATs, but if you’re a job-seeker, you might have no other choice. With a labor market that remains a “buyer’s market,” more employers are making applicants provide SAT or ACT scores years or even decades after taking the tests.

A slew of companies, ranging from consulting firm Bain & Co. to financial firm Goldman Sachs, make new college grads applying for jobs provide their scores, according to the Wall Street Journal, which says other firms in consulting and finance like Boston Consulting Group and D.E. Shaw Group use SAT scores in their hiring processes.

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