Does Princeton prefer the SAT to the ACT?

<p>Nobody where I live ever takes the SAT, and our school only offers ACT prep. Consequently, my ACT score is far above my SAT score. Should I just work to bump up my SAT or would I still be competitive submitting only the ACT?</p>

<p>Stick to the ACT. Adcoms will only glance at your standardized test scores to see if you meet a threshold. Don’t waste more than the necessary amount of time on those.</p>

<p>'Course SATIIs are still important.</p>

<p>Killbee: put yourself in Princeton (or any school)'s shoes. Why would you be prejudiced twd a subset of applicants for something out of their control? You want the best data possible and will use everything/anything you can get in order to make a decision.</p>

<p>The myth of anti-ACT bias still lingers. Do your best not to listen to that tired old myth.</p>

<p>I used my ACT scores (along with SAT IIs), and there was no problem</p>