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Quick Question

Incognito1990Incognito1990 Registered User Posts: 18 New Member
edited March 2008 in College Admissions
Say I send along a score report of a PR diagnostic test(taken under the same time restrictions as CB SAT Test and monitored by a proctor) I took around the same time as my CB SAT test but happens to be 110 points higher than my actual CB SAT scores, would it have any bearing on my application? I understand they state they consider CB SAT scores but would seeing that I performed substantially better on a PR diagnostic test taken around the same time as CB's SAT test have any effect on the admission officers?

I'm a transfer applicant, btw
Post edited by Incognito1990 on

Replies to: Quick Question

  • rob22rob22 Registered User Posts: 207 Junior Member
    sorry .. you can't do that :( lol wish you could though. Princeton Review is a test prep company and so they aren't made by the ACT people.
  • DCforMeDCforMe Registered User Posts: 626 Member
    I've never heard of it and honestly doubt it would lend much credit to your cause since a)the PR diagnostic isn't standardized in the same way the real SAT is, and b)college already are wary of giving affluent candidates more of an advantage, like these expensive prep courses. What college specifically?
  • Incognito1990Incognito1990 Registered User Posts: 18 New Member
    It was a free diagnostic test.
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