The University is the last Ivy League college to announce test-optional extensions through 2024. Harvard, Princeton and Dartmouth all extended their test-optional policy beyond the upcoming admissions cycle, and Columbia announced March 1 it would permanently switch to test-optional admissions. Penn and Yale have confirmed that they will be test-optional for the 2023-24 cycle, while Cornell has extended the policy through the next two cycles.
Of the students who enrolled in the class of 2026, 81% submitted a standardized test score — 54% submitted SAT scores and 27% submitted ACT scores, according to the University’s Common Data Set.
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