- GaryLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
In most of the cases, SAT is optional for community colleges.
Simply finishing placement tests will be fine.
In most of the cases, transfer from community college to universities do not require SAT/SAT II because equivalent courses are usually taken before transfer.
The impact of your ALP results should not impact your admission chance at all because ALP should be considered non-credit (not creditable as regular university study).
Last but not least, let me clarify:
There are 2 kinds of tests for admission, ability test and standardized test.
TOEFL (as well as IELTS) is an ability test that examine your ability in studying in English. Basically colleges or universities this kind of test will have a set minimum to ensure your ability has reached that level. As soon as you meet the level, the score will have no impact to your admission chance.
SAT / SAT II / ACT is a standardized test to average your in-school performance. In this case, the higher standardized test score, the better chance you get for admission. Getting the minimum does not mean you can be admitted.
When talking about transfer (community colleges to universities), school will not usually require test scores because in order to transfer, a set of courses must be taken and you must meet certain level in order to transfer. In that case, your ability will be proved by results.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
A, college會1,要求你提供高中等相關成積. 2,要你參加college的placement test.
...英文能力進大學還是大有問題...若是,當妳參加college的placement test後,校方將依你的成績分班,如果成績不很理想,可由ESL開始. 以加州的college來說esl又分1-5 level.讀完後才能上English, English 在college又從Eglish 100開始....