My standardized test scores are lower than my school choices require; can I still apply?

Talk to an admission representative at the school and ask that question. If you have extenuating circumstances, such as a learning disability or illness that contributes to your low test scores, the colleges might take that into consideration.

Cyndy McDonaldCyndy McDonald
Founder
Higher Educational Consultants Association (HECA)

Talk to an admission representative at the school and ask that question. If you have extenuating circumstances, such as a learning disability or illness that contributes to your low test scores, the colleges might take that into consideration.


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