Sewanee's test-optional admission policy allows students to choose to submit their ACT scores, their SAT scores, or no scores at all. You will select your preferred testing plan on the Common Application, in the specific University of the South question section. The question is simple. Under “Testing Plan,” you can choose to: “Apply Test-Optional” or “Submit Standardized Test Scores.” Should you apply test-optional, there is nothing else you will need to do. If any scores are in your student record, they will be hidden. However, if you decide to submit standardized test scores at a later date, we will allow you to submit those scores for admission consideration. You will need to let us know if you want to make the change by the admission deadline you have selected. If you choose to submit standardized test scores, we encourage you to self-report them using the form below. Sewanee does super score, so send all of your available test scores. If you have submitted your test scores, but decide later that you would prefer to apply test-optional, that change will be honored as long as you notify your admission counselor by email by your admission deadline.