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Our Best Answer - How do I submit my SAT or ACT score 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 all of their SAT or all of their ACT scores. Please note that Cornell does not participate in the College Board’s Score Choice. Applicants who decide to submit both their SAT and ACT scores to meet testing requirements must submit all scores for both tests.

In addition to the SAT or ACT, some of Cornell University’s undergraduate colleges also require SAT Subject Tests. To learn more about the college-specific requirements, please see the Freshman Admission Requirements Chart.

For more information about Cornell’s admission policies related to standardized testing requirements, please visit the New SAT FAQ and Standardized Testing Requirements websites. 

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