Skip links

Categories

test optional

Do My Test Scores Matter?

SAT. ACT. SAT2.  TOEFL.  PSAT.  PLAN. These tests loom large in the college admissions process.  And no other aspect of the process generates as many questions—and anxieties—as the standardized tests. On the one hand, you should not tress too much about your scores.  They are only one element of the entire application, and other elements […]

Profiles and Policies of Test Optional Schools

If you are exploring some test optional colleges, it is important to note that each school may have different policies or recommendations regarding their testing policy. This post will provide examples of different types of test optional policies.

College Planning For Juniors: Test Optional Colleges

What do you do if you prepared for the SAT and ACT but your scores are still not as high as you wanted them to be? Look into test optional college. This post discuss the growing number of test optional colleges and their policies.

The SAT, ACT, and "Test Optional" Admissions

Wake Forest, a small selective college in North Carolina, recently made the decision to allow applicants to not submit ACT or SAT scores. Thus Wake Forest joins the list of “test optional” colleges, a list that includes Smith College, Bowdoin College, Connecticut College, and hundreds of others. One of the main reasons colleges cite for […]