No. Testing is never used as a part of our financial aid process. In accordance with the Ivy League, Penn does not offer merit-based scholarships or financial aid. All of Penn’s financial aid is need-based, and Penn commits to meeting full demonstrated need for four years for all admitted students.
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- Will Penn allow applicants to superscore using a combination of scores from both the digital and paper and pencil SAT?
- Will Penn accept the digital SAT and can it be superscored?
- May I submit ACT or SAT scores after the testing deadlines?
- What should I do if I am unable to see my test scores in my Common App PDF?
- 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?