Arthur M. Blank School
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Babson has adopted a Test-Optional Policy for the next two academic years: 2023-24 and 2024-25. Non-native English speakers will still be required to submit English language exam scores, or request a waiver. Students who do not submit test scores will not be penalized in the review process. All of our applicants will be considered in a contextual and holistic way. Additionally, all first-year applicants will be reviewed for merit scholarships regardless of test score submission.
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Babson has adopted a Test-Optional Policy for the next two academic years: 2023-24 and 2024-25.
If you choose to provide the SAT or ACT, you may provide self-reported test scores. Once admitted, students who enroll at Babson must submit official scores.
If you have taken the SAT or ACT more than once, Babson will superscore—use the best individual section scores—in reviewing your application. Babson College does not require the optional writing section on either the SAT or ACT.
SAT reporting code 3075. ACT reporting code 1780.
Applicants whose native language is not English must prove sufficient English proficiency by submitting an official standardized test result for English proficiency from one of the following:
The admission committee will look at these examinations when assessing your SAT or ACT scores, if provided, to best understand your level of proficiency. We do offer waivers for students who have demonstrated high proficiency in reading, writing, and English.
Entering students may be granted credits and/or advanced course placement for the successful completion of the Advanced Placement (AP) examination given by the Educational Testing Service of the College Entrance Examination Board, the International Baccalaureate, the Swiss Matura, or the completion of coursework at an accredited college or university.
Find more details about advanced credits, or speak with an academic advisor to learn more.