Students who do not submit SAT/ACT scores in the 2020–21 cycle will not have any negative inferences be drawn from their absence. Instead, we will make the best, most informed decision we can by assessing other academic aspects of their application like grades, curriculum, and other examinations. However, as announced earlier this year, we will no longer consider the SAT Subject Tests.
Will my application be disadvantaged if I do not submit SAT or ACT scores?
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