U.S. students who want to attend the University of Cincinnati, the country’s first and only public university, must take a rigorous test, including a SAT-IV.
U.S.-based colleges and universities have become more selective as the country becomes increasingly globalized.
But the U.K.’s University of Oxford and the University at Buffalo, which has a higher admissions standard than U.C., have become known for their admissions standards.
The U.k.’s colleges are more selective than U., however, and some U.s. schools have more stringent requirements.
The SAT-III and SAT-V are considered “entry-level” exams, while the GRE-IV is a “graduate-level,” or “advanced” exam.
In the Uc-based test, applicants are asked to take a short test that includes an essay and a short essay.
The essay is optional.
For example, an applicant could write an essay about the benefits of living in a world without nuclear weapons.
The exam will be administered by a panel of judges, who can decide whether or not to admit a student to the college.
The SAT-I and SAT/V are also taken in-person.
The GRE-I is a hybrid test, meaning that the test is taken online and has a short, 30-question test that must be scored in an online database.
The GRE-II is an online exam that is administered in person.
For a full list of the UofC’s admissions standards, visit the Ucf website.