Does Seattle University superscore tests?

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Does Seattle University superscore tests?

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Yes, Seattle University superscores both the ACT and SAT test scores that it receives from applicants. The university therefore encourages applicants to submit all of their test scores so that the highest in each category can be used to construct an overall score for review. Seattle University then uses the superscore to consider applicants for admission, scholarships, advising, and course placement.

Currently, Seattle University does not require that first time college students submit SAT or ACT scores with their applications for fall of 2021. If you choose to submit scores, you must do so by November 15 is you are applying with an early action application and by January 15 if you are applying with a regulation admission application. You may initially self-report your scores on the Common Application, but all scores must be verified with official score reports if students accept an offer of admission from Seattle University.

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