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Does the Engineering College require any standardized test scores of transfer applicants?

For transfer applicants, the submission of SAT or ACT exam scores is voluntary; the College of Engineering does not require transfer applicants to submit SAT or ACT scores. If a transfer applicant has not previously completed either the SAT or ACT exams, they should not take the exams in order to apply for transfer ad…

Does the College of Arts and Sciences require SAT or ACT standardized testing?

No. For first-year applicants to the College of Arts & Sciences for Fall 2024, the submission of SAT/ACT test results is optional for both Early Decision and Regular Decision. Students who have taken standardized testing may submit scores if they feel they will enhance their application, but students who do not submit…

Do I need to submit standardized test scores?

Cornell CALS will be score-free for the 2021, 2022, 2023, and 2024 application cycles. We _will not_ use test results as part of our admissions review. Instead, we will proceed with an increased emphasis on evidence of academic preparation in the other application materials for all applicants.

What are the minimum SAT/ACT scores required to be admitted to the College of Engineering?

It is very important to note that the submission of SAT and/or ACT scores is optional for the 2024 application review period. You may review Cornell’s [Standardized Testing Policy][1] website for more information. This is a temporary relief intended for students who had been assembling a distinguished record of achie…

I applied for admission to Cornell University, and I did not submit SAT or ACT scores at that time. Now I’ve decided that I would like to submit my test scores. How should I do so?

Cornell University has [extended its suspension of SAT/ACT requirements for 2024 applicants][1]. If you do not submit your scores at the time you apply for admission, but later decide that you would like to submit scores, you are welcome to do so. The best way to submit SAT or ACT scores after applying is via the supp…

What is Cornell's CEEB Code?

Cornell's CEEB code is 2098. Please note that Cornell University has suspended the SAT/ACT requirement for 2021, 2022, 2023, and 2024 applicants. For students considering applying for fall 2025 and beyond, we'll share more information in the spring of 2024. Please visit the [Standardized Testing Policy][1] website to …

Are standardized tests required for transfer applicants?

Cornell does not require SAT or ACT scores from transfer applicants. It is **not** necessary to take the SAT or ACT if you have not previously done so because you are applying for transfer admission to Cornell. However, if SAT/ACT scores are available, students are encouraged to submit them to Cornell so that they may…

What tests are required for international applicants?

Cornell has suspended the SAT/ACT requirement for all 2021, 2022, 2023, and 2024 applicants. For students considering applying for fall 2025 and beyond, we will share more information in the spring of 2024. Please visit our [Standardized Testing P][1][olicy][2] website for details. If English is not your native langu…

If I haven’t taken any SAT Subject Tests, can I still apply to Cornell?

Cornell does not require SAT Subject Tests for applicants to any of the undergraduate colleges or schools within the university. Cornell University has suspended the SAT/ACT requirement for 2021, 2022, 2023, and 2024 applicants. To learn more about Cornell’s admission policies related to standardized testing, please v…

Does Cornell have a required high school GPA or SAT/ACT score?

Cornell does not use any single formula for its admission decisions, and there is no GPA or SAT/ACT cutoff for admission. Please note that Cornell University has suspended the SAT/ACT requirement for Fall 2024 applicants. For more information, see our [Standardized Testing Policy][1] website and the [How to Apply][2] …

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