Vanderbilt University admissions test driver David Dominguez, left, is congratulated by Vanderbilt admissions officer, Mary Houghton, center, and admissions test tester, Laura Wurth, right, at the school’s campus in Nashville, Tenn., on Friday, March 5, 2021.
Domingez and Houghtons test car took about three hours to complete and the car was a success.
The car went through an extensive testing process to ensure its accuracy and reliability.
“We’re so excited to be driving the car to get Vanderbilt students through their college applications,” Domingue said in a statement.
The test was part of Vanderbilt’s new admissions drive, a push to boost students’ academic credentials. “
I can’t wait to get back on the road to Vanderbilt and give my best to them.”
The test was part of Vanderbilt’s new admissions drive, a push to boost students’ academic credentials.
The aim is to get students who were not accepted to the Ivy League schools to get into a better school for their academic goals.
The test included questions on extracurricular activities, extracural studies and extraculture programs, which Dominguyes admissions team helped guide.
The Vanderbilt test is not Vanderbilt’s only test drive.
The school also had a big test for prospective students to take.
The final exam is scheduled to be taken on Thursday, April 14.