First, what does “test-optional” mean? Well, that depends on the school. In the broadest sense, it means that the school is allowing the student to decide if they want to submit a test score with their application.
If you’re a high school student or parent, it’s likely your head is spinning as you try to understand how the Coronavirus is going to impact you, regardless of where you’re at in your college admissions journey.
Landscape is still new, and it has only been rolled out to a select batch of colleges for this year’s pilot program. But if all goes well, and the response is better to this than it was for the controversial Adversity Score…
When preparing for college, almost everyone knows the importance of studying for, taking, and scoring well on the ACT or SAT. However, the optional writing section or essays remain a mystery for many. Is it required? Why does it matter? Should I take it?
The first thing you need to do is identify which of the two tests is the best fit for you. Let’s get one thing out of the way—which test you focus on is up to you. No college has a preference for one test over the other.