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What Now? MIT Won't Accept My Perfect Subject Test Scores!

CCEdit_SurajCCEdit_Suraj 7 replies130 threads Editor
What to do now that MIT has stopped accepting SAT subject tests. https://insights.collegeconfidential.com/mit-eliminated-subject-tests
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  • vhsdadvhsdad 235 replies0 threads Junior Member
    Virtually every kid who goes to MIT (and tons who applied and didn't get in) have perfect subject test scores. It's not that much of a separator.
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  • OverseasFatherOverseasFather 135 replies1 threads Junior Member
    edited March 23
    Full IB Diploma - 42/42 (4HL)
    ACT - 36
    SAT Subject Test: Math II - 800
    SAT Subject Test: Physics - 800

    ^Didn't do any good.

    Bottom line is, that this will make absolutely no difference to who gets accepted and who doesn't.
    edited March 23
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  • amistry124amistry124 12 replies0 threads New Member
    @OverseasFather If you don't mind me asking, what are your extracurriculars like?
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  • HPuck35HPuck35 2113 replies16 threads Senior Member
    Test scores alone will never and have never gotten one into MIT.

    MIT will still look at your ACT score and your GPA and the whole rest of your application to make their decision.
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