Canadian student planning on applying to I need to take the SATs?

<p>Is it really so far-fetched for a Canadian student to want to apply to Harvard? I'm from a pretty small school in Ottawa, with current average at 94.5 (we don't have GPAs). Also, do I need to take the SATs as a part of my app, or will I not have to because I'm an international student? If it is required, can anyone help me as to how/where to take this test? We don't do the SATs here, so I'm feeling pretty lost. Please help!</p>

<p>Have you tried to look up the requirements on Harvard’s own web pages? They are pretty clear, for international and domestic students. if you’re serious about undertaking such a large venture, you’d be wise to know specific and accurate information. And that can be had at their own site.</p>

<p>But to say that the SAT isn’t offered in Ottawa, that gives me grave concern at your quest for facts and info.</p>

<p>With one shot at google, I found this:
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<p>thanks for the link, but I didn’t mean that the SATs aren’t offered here, it’s just not a requirement for Canadian students, so there is no in-school prep (or even encouragement for students wanting to). thanks anyway :)</p>

<p>Well, then you’ll see from Harvard’s pages that they need either the ACT or SATI plus 2 SATII tests.</p>

<p>There is no in-school prep for most schools here in the States, even though most college bound students take the sat or act. You can prep with books or online courses very easily</p>

<p>You need to study for the SAT or ACT by yourself if there’s no prep places in Canada. I’m Canadian (although living in the US) and I have dozens of friends in Canada that are taking the SAT to apply to US colleges.
It’s not that different in the US. There’s no in-school prep and we’re technically not required to take the SAT or ACT unless we’re applying to colleges that require it.</p>

<p>I am traveling 450 km to take SAT. -.-</p>