Should I self report test scores on common app?
Penn says, we recommend that you self-report each test you will use to select the highest score in each section. However, your SAT Subject Tests, TOEFL, and IELTS scores must be sent through official testing agencies to be considered with your application.
What does self report test scores mean?
Self-reporting is exactly what it sounds like: reporting your test scores to colleges within the Common Application. This provides you an opportunity to report your SAT, SAT II, ACT, AP, and IB scores to colleges by yourself, before the official score reports are sent.
Is Purdue test optional for 2021?
Will test scores (SAT/ACT) be required for 2021 applicants? For Spring, Summer, and Fall 2021 , Purdue is test flexible. This means that if a student can take an SAT or ACT, we prefer they do so. With that in mind, we will move forward and review any application from a student who is unable to take a standardized test.
How hard is it to get into Purdue?
With an undergraduate admissions rate of 57%, Purdue is moderately selective. In the fall of 2018, 8,357 new freshmen enrolled. The middle 50% of these students earned an SAT score between 1190-1390, an ACT score between 25-32 and a GPA within the range of 3.5-3.9.
What is the GPA to get into Purdue?