Subject Test Scores

<p>I know for cornell we have to send 2 scores. Is a 760 Math 2 and 720 physics ok? I hope that these scores don't jeopardize my app. I heard from these forums that a 750+ is preferable.</p>

<p>They are fine. Subject test scores don't count for much as long as you have 700+</p>

<p>...depending on the college & major they don't account for much even below a 700. My D was admitted with a 640 & 590 to CHE.</p>

<p>i took 4, all were in the 600's. you'll be fine</p>

<p>Is that really true? If that's the case, Cornell is a lot easier to get into then I thought. What were your SAT/ACT scores?</p>

<p>My D's SAT I was a 1350 & ACT was a 31. She just finished her first semester and did fine academically.</p>

<p>csdad what were ure D's ec's because Cornell is not that easy to get into.
Did you get any aid?</p>

<p>It's hard to generalize from a few specific cases. The median SAT for the enrolled class of 2015 was 1410, with Engineering and CAS scores above the university median.</p>

<p>D's EC's showed excellent leadership (captain of varsity team, class president, vice president of theatre) and excellence (numerous awards). Financial aid at Cornell is need, not merit based.</p>