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Standardized Test Update

on September 22, 2009 in Standardized Tests

Standardized test policies are changing more frequently this year with the advent of Score Choice for the SAT. Score Choice is a way for students to send only those test results that they select, but many colleges are requiring that results from all tests be sent regardless of the Score Choice option. It is important to check the admissions website for your colleges to make sure that you understand the score reporting policy. To better understand how colleges use test results (for example, will they mix and match the various scores to use only the highest of each section) , you can review the document provided at the bottom of this page.

Major colleges and universities that use the Subject Tests in the application review, along with test requirements are listed here.

Use this table to compare ACT and SAT results.

Go to this website to search for test-optional schools.

Upcoming dates for the SAT, SAT Subject Tests and ACT are available on our calendar.

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