Universities that DON'T require SAT/ACT scores for transfers?

<p>Hey everyone! My name is Steph I'm 18 years old (19 tomorrow :D) and I'm currently pursuing an A.A. in Chemical Engineering @ Miami Dade College. </p>

<p>What are some schools that do not require SAT or ACT scores?
I took the SAT in May 2009: R:760 M:510 W:790</p>

<p>Oh, the difference a year can make! Back then I was studying Business Administration in hopes of transferring into Political Science/pre-law advisement track. </p>

<p>I know that the math score could hurt me when I start applying to BME programs. Should I apply to schools that don't require test scores? Is it too late to retake?</p>

<p>Hey Starxed,</p>

<p>I'm assuming you're applying for a junior standing. In general, SAT/ACT won't matter nearly as much as your college grades and recommendations. However, if you're aiming at one of the Ivies or its equivalent, you might still want to consider retaking. Basically, the higher up the rank you go, the more the scores will be looked at. I've mentioned this in an earlier thread, but try take a look at the stats of admitted people to the schools you are aiming to get a better idea. And there are thousands of similar threads, so you might want to try digging those up as well.</p>

<p>Plenty of schools don't require SAT/ACT for junior transfer however most Ivies do. Your best bet is to make a list of all of the schools you are interested in researching and go look at their transfer requirements to see if they require submission of the scores.</p>