GI App: Entering Scores UPD
You do not need to submit SAT/ACT scores with your application for admission to Dyson. The Cornell SC Johnson College of Business is score-free through 2024. Any self-reported scores will not be reviewed.
GI App: Entering Scores
Current Applicants: TOEFL, IELTS, and DET scores can be updated post-submission directly through the UC Application website. Note that while official test scores are not required to be sent along with the application for our review process, all test information must be accurately self-reported on the application site no later than January. You may send your TOEFL scores to one UC campus, and all campuses you apply to will receive them. Conversely, IELTS and DET results must be sent to each campus you apply to. DET scores must be submitted through the DET testing portal. Be sure to include your UC Application ID when sending DET scores.
Scores are automatically sent from the ACT or the Collegeboard (SAT) to the places you requested when you registered. You can also have your scores sent to ASU from ACT or the College Board (SAT) after you take your test.
It depends on your particular situation. If you transfer fewer than 24 transferable credits, you must also meet freshman admission requirements, which may require ACT and SAT scores. Also, some majors, such as business, require a particular ACT or SAT score for admission into the program. Take a peek at the ASU undergraduate Degree Search for admission information specific to your major.
GPA and test scores will still be used to determine admissibility. Pass grades are not calculated into your GPA for admission purposes, but may still be transferable. Opting for a pass grade rather than a letter grade could impact your admissibility if you need to bring up your transfer GPA to meet the criteria for a program with higher requirements. If you have the option of being issued a pass grade or a letter grade, opt for the letter grade.
The English proficiency requirement depends on your major. ASU accepts passing scores on the TOEFL, IELTS or PTE exams. Contact International Admission Services for more information at 480-965-2437 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The academic program to which you are applying may or may not require supplemental documents like letters of recommendation, a statement of purpose, resume, portfolio or test scores (GRE, GMAT, MAT). ASU has provided three resources that describe the application requirements for the graduate degree programs that interest you.
You are able to apply to more than one program for a specific term. Individual applications will need to be submitted for each program, but official documents such as transcripts and test scores can be matched to all applications you submit. Be sure to refer to Degree Search with any questions about the application requirements for specific programs.
If you feel your standardized test scores will benefit you in the admissions process, we encourage you to submit them. If you are unable to submit a test score, or choose not to, you will still receive full admission consideration.
Please note that enrolling students with an Evidence-based reading and writing (EBRW) SAT score of 650 or higher or an ACT reading score of 32 or higher will be exempt from taking the English placement exam. These exemptions are granted only if scores have been sent to Rutgers.
We understand the many COVID-19 related challenges students are facing when preparing for, and scheduling standardized tests. If you are not able to, or choose not to submit SAT or ACT scores, you will not be disadvantaged in our application review process. We urge students not to compromise their health and safety to take a standardized test. Your application will be considered on the basis of the other important credentials you have presented that demonstrate to Rutgers your promise and potential.
For students who received a decision that they were not admitted to Rutgers, and who then wish to submit SAT or ACT scores for reconsideration for admission, please contact us to request reconsideration. Be sure to include your name and RUID in the online form.
If your standardized test scores fall within or above the 50 percentile found on our Rutgers-New Brunswick Admissions profile and Rutgers-Camden Admissions profile, we highly encourage students to submit them.
Please contact us within one week of submitting your application to let us know that you want to update your application to have your scores considered as part of your application review. Please include your name, RUID, and test date. Please note that you can change your decision only once during the application process.
Please contact us within one week of submitting your application requesting that your test scores not be considered as part of your application review. Please include your name, RUID, and test date. Please note that you can change your decision only once during the application process.
Rutgers-Newark does not require submission of SAT and ACT standardized test scores for most undergraduate student applicants. Please note that SAT/ACT scores ARE required for students applying to the Rutgers-Newark 7-year BA/MD joint-degree program .
Your MyMountaineer portal is used to track the status of your application once you submit an application. You can view what documents are missing, what has been received, view your test scores and submit your résumé and/or essay and interest statement to be evaluated holistically.
You can receive credit for AP, IB, CLEP, Cambridge International and college courses. In order to receive credit, you must take the exam and have your scores sent to Appalachian. Your score on the exam will determine if you are awarded credit for the course. You can view our AP, IB, CLEP, and Cambridge International policy to determine the score that you need to have to be awarded credit.The Cambridge International A-AS level exams now count as transfer credit for many courses at Appalachian. Students entering with this coursework will be articulated in the same way as AP and IB scores are considered. The Cambridge curriculum, similar in concept to the IB curriculum, is offered in many high schools throughout the country as well as internationally. Learn more about the curriculum and course offerings.
First-year studentsWe have two admission deadlines for first-year students in the fall. The early action deadline to submit an application is November 1, with all supporting materials (like transcripts and test scores) due by November 15. The regular decision deadline to submit an application is February 1, with all supporting materials due by February 15. Admission for spring semesters and for transfer students in the fall is offered on a rolling basis until the class is full. We recommend applying as early as possible for best likelihood of admission.Transfer studentsTransfer admission operates on a rolling basis, meaning we accept transfer students until the class is full. However, we suggest that transfer students apply by October 15 for the following spring term and February 15 for the following fall term for the best chance of admission.
Yes, Appalachian calculates a new total ACT or total SAT based on the highest section scores or subscores from each exam. With the SAT, old SAT section scores are concorded individually before superscoring. The College Board provides a tool for converting section scores.
First-year studentsIn order to be eligible for fall merit scholarships, students must complete the admission application by November 1 and submit all supporting materials (like transcripts and test scores) by November 15, and also complete the scholarships application by November 15. Transfer studentsTo be considered for scholarships for the fall semester, transfer students must first complete the admission application. After completion of the admission application, transfer students can review the current available scholarships and complete their scholarships application for the following fall term by March 15.
UCF superscores both the SAT and the ACT. The SAT superscore is compiled using the highest Evidence-Based Reading/Writing and Math from all test components received. The ACT superscore is compiled using the highest English, Math, Reading and Science scores from all test components received.
The Application Completion Deadline is the date by which the application for admission, application fee or fee waiver, and all necessary academic credentials and supporting documents must be submitted to UCF to be considered for admission. Academic credentials can include, but are not limited to high school transcripts, college or university transcripts, SAT or ACT scores, TOEFL, IELTS or CLEP scores, international transcript evaluations, and AICE, AP or IB score reports. Students failing to submit the required credentials or documentation by the Application Completion Deadline may be required to reapply for a future term.
Grades in Advanced Placement, AICE, dual enrollment, honors and International Baccalaureate courses will be given additional weight in your GPA computation if the courses are considered academic core (English, math, science, social science, or foreign language). Students will be required to submit official AP, IB or AICE scores and final official dual enrollment transcripts within six days of the start of their first semester at UCF.
We are accepting applications from students who have been affected by SAT, AP or ACT cancellations as a result of Covid-19. You should aim to submit test scores where possible, but we will not penalise applicants who have been unable to take standardized tests. We will consider applicants with a minimum overall GPA of 3.5 and advanced coursework in required subjects (assessed on a case by case basis). 041b061a72