Students may submit either SAT or ACT scores for consideration. For students submitting multiple test scores or test types Drew will use the highest available composite score in our admissions decision.
When results from multiple College Board test dates are submitted, Drew will “super score” SAT scores. In other words, an applicant’s best SAT Math score combined with the best SAT Evidence Based Reading & Writing (EBRW) score will produce a super score SAT composite (400-1600).
When evaluating applicants who submit ACT scores, Drew’s admissions and scholarship committees primarily consider the ACT composite score. If results from multiple test dates are submitted, the highest single ACT composite score is used. While all sub-scores are presented to the committee, Drew does not formally “super score” ACT results.
Drew’s merit scholarships are awarded largely based on academic achievement in high school. Students choosing not to submit standardized test scores will still be considered for merit scholarships.
|ACT Composite Score||SAT Total (400-1600)|