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Bachelor programs 2023/24 AY

SELECTION TEST

SAT - Scholastic Assessment Test

SAT stands for Scholastic Assessment Test and it is an entrance exam for universities which is administered by the College Board. It is composed by two sections: Evidence-Based Reading and Writing and Math. Each section assigns a score on the scale of 200–800.

For more information on SAT www.collegeboard.org


Information for candidates who choose to apply with the SAT 

Scores achieved in the Evidence-Based Reading and Writing and Math sections will be considered for admission to Bocconi. The Essay is NOT required. Subject tests are NOT accepted as selection test.

Superscores will NOT be considered. For those applicants who attended the test several times, only the highest overall test scores will be considered.

Applicants who take part in the selection process with a total score lower than 1040 will not be considered. Also, applicants with a score lower than 520 in the test sections Evidence-based Reading and Writing or Math will not be considered. 

In addition, those students who have the Bachelor in Mathematical and Computing Sciences for Artificial Intelligence among their choices, will need to obtain at least 600 points out of 800 in the "Math" area of the SAT test to be considered for that program.


How to submit the SAT results

The Official SAT Score Report (.pdf document) downloadable from the candidate’s personal page on the College Board website must be uploaded on My Application by the application deadline. The report must include the full name/surname of the applicant Your Total Score, Sections Scores and Test Scores.
Scores reports sent via mail (post) or via College Board will not be accepted.

In case an unofficial score has been uploaded for the selection, if admitted, candidates will be required to provide the official one by no later than the enrollment deadline. Please note that if the official score (uploaded in the enrollment application) is different from the unofficial one considered for the selection, admission and/or scholarship awarded could be revoked: scores could be verified during or after the enrollment period.



ACT - American College Testing

ACT stands for American College Testing, and it measures high school students’ general educational development and their ability to complete college-level work through a multiple-choice test.

For more information www.act.org

Information for candidates who choose to apply with the ACT

For those applicants who attended the test multiple times, only the test with the highest composite score will be considered .The Writing section is NOT required.

Applicants who take part in the selection process with a composite score lower than 19 will not be considered. Also, applicants with a score lower than 19 in the test sections Math, Science, English or Reading will not be considered.

In addition, those students who have the Bachelor in Mathematical and Computing Sciences for Artificial Intelligence among their choices, will need to obtain at least 25 points out of 36 in the "Math" area of the ACT test to be considered for that program.


How to submit the ACT results

The Official ACT Score Report (.pdf document), downloadable from the candidate’s personal page on the ACT website, must be uploaded in the My Application portal by the online application period deadline. The report must include the full name/surname of the applicant and all the sections’ scores: Composite, Math, Science, English and Reading.
Scores reports sent via mail (post) or via ACT will not be accepted.

If you have not access to your official ACT score, a screenshot with your name, surname, date and scores can be accepted for the selection. Please note that, in case of admission, you will be required to send your official score report via the Encoura system.

Please note that if the official score (uploaded in the enrollment application) is different from the unofficial one considered for selections, admission and/or possible scholarships awarded could be revoked: scores can be verified during and/or after the enrollment period.







Last modified 09/05/2022 - 10:35:06