Are we allowed to leave out certain SAT/ACT scores when self-reporting, or do we have to include every single test?
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The best answer is to verify with each college you are applying to.
I opted to send all scores to a certain amount of colleges.
No colleges or universities to my knowledge require applicants to submit any ACT or SAT scores this cycle.
Therefore logically, no colleges should require any applicants to submit all ACT scores or all SAT scores, or both sets of test scores BUT that is not reality.
Some schools want to see everything, even in this 2020-21 test-optional cycle so it's a catch 22.
And some colleges "highly recommend" or "highly encourage" you to submit your complete set of scores to them., which means please oblige us if you don't mind. This admissions cycle, I'm going to send all my ACT/SAT scores to Stanford, Dartmouth, Yale, and Brown.
I found this list on "Prepscholar "for colleges that want all your test scores.
CollegeVine's list looks like this:
Carnegie Mellon University | CMU
College of Charleston
College of St. Benedict | CSB
East Georgia State College | EGSC
Johns Hopkins University | JHU
Loyola University New Orleans
Ohio Wesleyan University
University of California, Berkeley | UC Berkeley
University of South Carolina | USC
Also, keep in mind that many schools do not superscore the SAT or ACT, or some schools superscore the SAT but not the ACT. (e.g. Harvard)