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To be considered for admission to the University of Miami, you will need to provide us with an official score report sent directly by the testing agency. If you take the test more than once, you must send us all of your scores to ensure that we have your best performance on record. The Admission Committee will consider all official test scores from multiple test dates. We will use the highest composite score from among each test that you’ve taken. This is called super scoring. There is no limit to the number of test scores you may submit to us for your application. We will accept the scores from both the ACT and the SAT and have no preference as to which one you  submit. Beginning in Spring 2016, applicants may submit scores from either the current or redesigned SAT. Please note that for the SAT, we consider only the critical reading and math sections for admission. 

Students graduating from a high school in the United States: 

Are required to submit SAT or ACT scores.

Students graduating from a secondary school outside the United States: 

Should NOT submit SAT or ACT scores.

Students whose first language is not English:

Students whose first language is not English or whose medium of instruction has not been in English, are required to submit official results from the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or the International English Language Testing System (IELTS). 

To view the typical academic achievement and test scores of recently admitted students, please visit our Freshman Admission Requirements webpage. 

For more detailed information, please feel free to visit the following links:

Freshman Application Instructions
Email: admission@miami.edu

International Application Instructions
Email: intl.admission@miami.edu