Question about SAT's and transferring

<p>I was homeschooled in high school, and therefore I never took the SAT's. I knew I was going to community college. I am now seriously considering transferring out to go to Chapman University for fall 2007. I was told by a college rep that if I have more than 30 units, I don't need to take the SAT's. What should I do guys. Should I take the SAT's? I don't know if he meant college units in general, or only transferrable units. I currently have 21 units after this semester, and summer school courses I took when i was bored. I plan on applying in December, and I should have way more than 30 units by then with the courses I will be taking next semester. SHOULD I TAKE THE SAT'S? Does anyone here go to Chapman? </p>

<p>ps: I would be transferring to attend Chapman as a sophomore. </p>

<p>I need an answer asap. </p>

<p>Thanks guys.</p>

<p>You won't have 30 credits when they evaluate your application, seems ilke you need to take the SAT.</p>

<p>I was hoping that I can just tell them that I am currently taking the classes. Do colleges not work that way?</p>

<p>Go here for Chapman's transfer brochure: <a href=""&gt;;/a>
As you will see (page 4 of the pdf) you need at least 24 hours "at the time of the application" to avoid any SAT requirement. It does not say but I assume that means 24 transferable hour. You should call to make sure of what is needed.</p>

<p>Huh, ok. I guess it's the SAT's for me. :(</p>