<p>GU accepts the ACT instead of the SAT, right?</p>

<p>And if they you still have to take the required 3 SAT IIs??</p>


<p>Yes they do, and yes they are required.</p>

<p>Sorry, another question.</p>

<p>Reading GU's site, it SEEMED to me* that if you apply EA and only have one SAT II test taken, that you can be accepted with only that one. True or False? (What if you can't afford to take three SAT IIs, plus the SAT?)</p>

<p>And if you are defered/moved/whatever to RD, do you still have to submit the other two?</p>


<p>*Might just be my sleep deprivation :D</p>

<p>If you are applying EA, you don't need any subject tests at all, but Georgetown recommends you register for subject tests in case you are deferred to RD. This would imply that subject tests are required, even if you applied EA.</p>

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