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Student Affairs • 423.652.4740
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Learn more about how King University can help you become who you want to BE!
King University is on the cusp of the national trend. Out of 4,500 colleges and universities
across the nation, 850 are now considered test optional. King is now test optional
too, meaning we won’t judge you on your SAT or ACT score alone.
Historically, King graduates have shown their ACT or SAT score was not the primary
predictor of their success at King. Don’t worry, we still encourage you to submit
your score. It’s helpful to enhance your scholarship potential. However, we feel the
measuring of a student’s intelligence should be a holistic evaluation. King reviews
a number of possible materials to assess potential students, including, but not limited
to: class rigor, class performance, extracurricular activities, volunteer work, church
involvement, athletic ability, letter of recommendation, and writing sample.
According to FairTest.org, “The National Center for Fair & Open Testing works to end
the misuses and flaws of standardized testing and to ensure that evaluation of students,
teachers, and schools I fair, open, valid, and educationally beneficial.” Removing
barriers to entry allows King to find traits within applicants who will be successful
members of the King community.