Franklin & Marshall College has been and is proud to continue being a test optional institution. Applicants to Franklin & Marshall have the option to either submit SAT/ACT scores as part of their application, or to have their candidacy reviewed without standardized test scores.
You may choose to submit SAT or ACT test scores as part of the application process. If you do, F&M will "superscore" the results. For the SAT, we combine the best evidence-based reading and writing score and the best math score received, even if they come from different test dates. For the ACT, we take the highest Math, Science, Reading and English score from any tests a student takes, even if on multiple dates, and average them for a new ACT composite score. Submission of the essay portion of the SAT/ACT is optional. Students are welcome but not required to send optional subject tests.
If you choose to submit your SAT/ACT scores, you can do so in several ways. First, you may have your official results sent directly from The College Board (SAT) or the American College Test (ACT). F&M's code number for each organization is listed below. Test scores will also be considered if they are listed on the official high school transcript; sent directly by an applicant's secondary school to the Office of 入场; or self-reported by the student on their Common/Coalition Application.
PLEASE NOTE: Students who choose to self-report scores on the Common/Coalition Application and who later enroll at F&M are required to submit verified test scores at the time of their enrollment.
F&M SAT code number: 2261
F&M ACT code number: 3574
For students for whom English is a first language or who have been studying in an English-speaking curriculum for at least 3 years, F&M does not require the TOEFL or IELTS or Duolingo English Test. For students with fewer than three years of English language instruction, F&M requires any of the following language proficiency examinations: TOEFL or IELTS or Duolingo English Test.
请参阅 国际学生申请页面 想要查询更多的信息。
For home-schooled applicants F&M requires students to submit either their SAT or ACT scores. You may supply these test scores in a number of ways, including: