Penn sorts applications by high school location. Applicants are therefore considered in the context of the high school they attend, regardless of nationality. If you moved partway through high school, your application will be assigned to the territory where your current school is located. Citizenship and residency status factor into the financial aid application process. To learn more about financial aid, please click here.
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- Do domestic and international students fill out the same application?
- Are international applications reviewed according to nationality or high school location?
- If I am a dual citizen, should I note both citizenships on my application?
- If I have attended high schools both in the United States and internationally, which transcripts do you require?
- If I am in the process of applying for permanent residency status in the United States, how does this affect my application?
- Are international students required to take the TOEFL, IELTS or Duolingo English Test?
- What is the recommended TOEFL score for a Penn applicant?
- Will Penn accept the MyBest Score feature from TOEFL?
- What is the recommended IELTS score for a Penn applicant?
- Will Penn accept that IELTS indicator?