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Standardized Tests

Self-Reported Test Scores

You can self-report your Standardized Test scores or report tests you plan to take in the Standardized Tests section. 

Upon submission of your application, you must provide official test scores. See Sending Official Test Scores for more information. 

Add a Test Score

  1. Navigate to the Standardized Tests section. 
  2. Find the test you took in the list and click Add Test Score. In some cases, you may only be able to enter scores for certain tests. 
  3. Select Yes under Have you taken the test
  4. Enter the date you took the test.
  5. Enter all applicable scores. 
  6. Click Save This Test

After submitting your application, you can continue to add new test entries to this section, but you cannot update or delete previous entries. 

Add a Planned Test

  1. Navigate to the Standardized Tests section. 
  2. Find the test you took in the list and click Add Test Score. In some cases, you may only be able to enter scores for certain tests. 
  3. Select No under Have you taken the test
  4. Enter the date you plan to take the test.
  5. Click Save This Test

Standardized Tests to Report

Review the chart to view which self-reported standardized tests are recommended to report.

Applicant Type

Self-Reported Test Scores to Report

Freshman

2021-2022 application cycle: ACT and/or SAT

2022-2023 application cycle: ACT, AP, CLEP, IB, SAT

A note for Fall 2021 and Fall 2022 first-time freshmen: The California State University (CSU) has temporarily suspended the use of ACT/SAT examinations in determining admission eligibility for all CSU campuses for the 2021-2022 and 2022-2023 academic years. This temporary change of admission eligibility applies only for the Fall 2021, Winter 2022, Spring 2022, Fall 2022, Winter 2023, and Spring 2023 admission cycles. For more information, please visit the First-Time Freshman Guidance and the First-Time Freshman Frequently Asked Questions pages.

Transfer

If you completed less than 60 transferrable units, report your SAT and/or ACT.

Graduate

GMAT, GRE, or GRE Subject

International

IELTS or PTE

 

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