Test-Optional for Admissions and Test-Blind for Merit Scholarships

The 91勛圖厙 is test-optional, providing students the opportunity to present application material that accurately reflects their diverse academic talents and potential. Students can submit either the SAT or ACT if they feel their results best represent their academic potential. The Admission Committee makes no assumptions as to why some students choose to submit scores while other don’t.

All applicants are given equal consideration in the admission process and are eligible for Wooster’s merit-based scholarships. Test scores will not be used in consideration for merit-based scholarships.

To support access and reduce submission barriers for applicants who choose to submit their scores, Wooster will accept self-reported test scores directly from the application or a score report PDF submitted by the applicant. Upon enrollment, applicants choosing to self-report are required to submit official scores through the testing agency or from a school official for verification.

Note: Students planning to apply for the 3+4 Case Western Reserve University Dental Program are required by Case to submit ACT or SAT scores as part of your application.

ACT (Code: 3260) and SAT (Code: 1134)

Submission of test scores is optional. Any test scores submitted are superscored (we will combine the highest score received on each section from any combination of testing dates).

Test policies for International Students