Unlike the first part of the Common App, these pages require a significant amount of writing and allow you to share more of your personal story with admissions officers.
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For example, students aren’t to wear clean clothing to job interviews, but…
…while a fairly small number of colleges require completion of the ACT Writing Section or the SAT Essay Section, it might still well be to a student’s benefit to do so.
To indicate that you will be taking one or more of these exams in the future, simply select “0” for the number of past scores you wish to report, and enter the number of future sittings you expect.
If you are applying to any test optional colleges and you don’t want your scores included as part of your application review, leave the testing page blank.
Testing Page First and foremost, please recognize that the entire testing page is optional.
Only students who wish to self-report their standardized test results (or future test dates) for the ACT, SAT, AP, IB or TOEFL exams need complete this section.
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