SAT, PSAT, ACT, PreACT, ASVAB, Maricopa Placement, Oh My!
Click on the symbol to learn more about each test.
Strengthen Your Chances
- The ACT: What You Need to Know
- ACT Testing Updates
- The SAT: What You Need to Know
- SAT Testing Updates
- Getting SAT and ACT Test Fees Waived
- ACT or SAT? Which is Best for You?
- Tips to Improve Your SAT and ACT Scores
- 6 Reasons to Take the PSAT
- Test Optional, Test Blind, Test Flexible: What's the Difference?
- 4 Things to Know Before Applying to a Test-Optional College
Find out which colleges are test-optional:
Go to FairTest for an up-to-date list of accredited colleges and universities that do not use or de-emphasize ACT/SAT scores in their college admissions process.
You'll see a number of well-known and selective colleges and universities on this list, such as Bates, Bowdoin, Wake Forest, Wesleyan, Bucknell, University of Chicago, and Mount Holyoke. In fact, entire university systems have gone test-optional, such as the California State University and University of Texas systems.