This is a choice all your own. We understand that even if you have been able to take a standardized test, you may not feel your scores are an accurate representation of your preparation. Or perhaps you took the tests and are proud of what you've accomplished. Penn empowers you to make that decision for yourself. Applicants who do not submit standardized test scores will not be at a disadvantage in the admissions process.
Articles in this section
- What is the required testing to apply to Penn?
- Is standardized testing required to be eligible for scholarships?
- Is there a minimum test score for admission?
- Does Penn superscore the SAT and the ACT?
- What are the last testing dates Penn will accept?
- Who can self-report test scores?
- How do I self-report my test scores?
- If I have SAT/ACT/SAT Subject Test test scores, how should I determine whether or not to submit my scores?
- If I report a combination of SAT, ACT and/or SAT Subject Tests on my application, can I pick which ones are considered?
- How do I indicate that I want my application to be reviewed under the test-optional policy?