Our Best Answer - How do I submit my SAT or ACT scores to Cornell?
First-year applicants are required to have official SAT or ACT scores sent electronically to Cornell directly from the testing agency. For the fastest results, students should list Cornell as a recipient school when they take the exam(s); applicants waiting to see their scores before sending them to Cornell delay receipt by up to three weeks.
Cornell requires first-year applicants to submit either the SAT or all ACT scores. Cornell participates in the College Board Score Choice program. For the SAT, Cornell considers the highest section scores across test dates. For the ACT, Cornell considers the highest composite score across all ACT test dates. As a reminder, ACT does not create new records by combining scores from different test dates.
In addition to the SAT or ACT, each undergraduate college/school at Cornell has specific requirements for SAT Subject Tests. To learn more, please visit the Standardized Testing Requirements website.