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score choice and subject tests?

johndoe1992johndoe1992 Registered User Posts: 85 Junior Member
edited December 2011 in University of Notre Dame
1. for ND are we allowed to use score choice? i know they superscore but my best scores were from one sitting.
2. what is their subject test policy?

i searched on google and i got results on ND's page but i was confused because it said "class of 2010". Admissions & Application FAQ // Admissions // University of Notre Dame

"What Standardized Tests are required for students graduating high school in 2010?"
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Replies to: score choice and subject tests?

  • irishmary203irishmary203 Registered User Posts: 361 Member
    Here is the link to their admission evaluation criteria:
    Evaluation Criteria // Admissions // University of Notre Dame

    They want you to send all your SAT sittings and they consider your highest math and cr scores regardless of the test date. Writing is used for evaluative purposes only. As for subject tests, not required and submit if they enhance your application. However, if you are home schooled you should submit 3 subject tests: history, foreign language and science (any test within each subject area). They explain it pretty well just read the link. I would submit all SAT sittings (even though your highest scores are from one sitting) as their score choice policy states that they want all scores to be submitted.
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