How do I let Admission know I’d like to apply as a test-optional student?
Check the appropriate box on your admission application. This will let us know to evaluate it without considering standardized test scores.
Should I submit standardized test scores even though they are optional?
Submit them if you believe they’re an accurate representation of you and your potential to succeed at Lynn, or if you believe they’ll serve you well during the admission review process.
Will I be at a disadvantage if I decide to apply as a test-optional student?
No. We will consider various factors from your high school experience to determine your ability to succeed at Lynn.
What if I've already submitted standardized test scores and don't want them to be considered?
Your scores won’t be considered if you applied as a test-optional student.
If I apply as a test-optional student, do I ever have to submit my test scores?
If you’re admitted to Lynn and have taken a standardized test, we may ask you to submit your scores for research purposes only. They will not be included in your permanent record.
I am an international student. Should I submit standardized test scores?
It is your decision. If your first language is not English, you will need to submit proof of English proficiency. A minimum score of 71 on the TOEFL or 6.0 on the IELTS is required.
I am a home-schooled student. Should I submit standardized test scores?
Yes, you are required to submit standardized test scores.
I plan to play on a varsity athletic team at Lynn. Do I need to submit standardized test scores?
Though not required for admission to Lynn, you need to be cleared through the NCAA Eligibility Center, which requires a standardized test score, in order to compete on an athletic team.
Can I change my mind about applying as a test optional student?
Yes. If you change your mind during the admission process, contact your admission counselor and they will advise you on how to make the adjustment.
What does the new SAT mean?
Will Lynn accept “old” SAT scores?
- Yes. We accept both the old and new SAT scores.
Is the SAT's optional essay required for admission to Lynn?
Will Lynn use the new SAT's subscore?
- We use the SAT composite score.
Does Lynn prefer one type of SAT score over the other?