Chat with us, powered by LiveChat

Test Optional

A test-optional policy leaves the decision about whether to consider test scores up to the student. In other words, test-optional colleges do not require SAT/ACT scores. Instead, each applicant can decide whether or not the test results accurately represent their academic ability.

Prominent test-optional (or test-flexible) schools include Wake Forest, U Chicago, NYU, Brandeis, and George Washington University.

However, even at these schools, an application with a strong test score above that of the median applicant will stand a greater chance of success than an application submitted without a test score.

The Four Major SAT/ACT Myths

How is the ISEE scored?

How is the GMAT scored?

Help is just a call or click away.

Get in touch with Leah Gilbert