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The wording used does not make it seem an actual requirement but only a suggestion. Obviously the unhooked candidate would be best off taking and submitting 3 SAT 2s, but would a recruited athlete (particularly a basketball player) be required to take 3 SAT 2s? It seems unlikely that many of these big-time athletes have fulfilled those requirements, and given the wording on the website perhaps I am correct in speculating that Georgetown does not truly require 3 SAT subject tests, at least for certain applicants. Thoughts?From Georgetown University- Office of Undergraduate Admissions :
It is strongly recommended that all candidates, whether they have taken the SAT Reasoning Test or the ACT, submit three SAT Subject Tests scores. The scores from writing portion on the SAT Reasoning Test and the optional writing portion of the ACT will not be used in place of a Subject Test.