Students who have not already taken the SAT/ACT are discouraged from doing so if they cannot do so safely, and/or are under such strain that they cannot perform to a degree commensurate with their actual preparation.
If I haven’t taken the SAT or ACT, should I register for a future test date?
Did you find this article helpful?
COVID-19 FAQsSee all COVID-19 questions
FAQ / COVID-19While all K–12 programming, including prospective student visits and campus tours, has been suspended due to the pandemic, there are many other ways to discover MIT: Sign up for an online info…
FAQ / COVID-19We will not require either the SAT or the ACT from first-year or transfer applicants applying in the 2021–22 cycle. For more information, read the recent blog post published by…
FAQ / COVID-19Due to the pandemic, we have changed our standardized testing policies for the 2020–21 application cycle. However, we plan to revert back to our previous testing requirements in the future,…
FAQ / COVID-19As always, students will not be penalized in the application process for disruptions outside of their control. We will closely attend to your specific circumstances to make sure that we…