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Boston City

We found 25 Colleges and Universities in Boston, Massachusetts
College Tests Required? City State Favorite
Bay State College
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Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology
Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology DOES NOT use SAT or ACT scores for admitting a substantial number of students into Bachelor Degree programs.
Boston MA  
Berklee College of Music
Berklee College of Music DOES NOT use SAT or ACT scores for admitting a substantial number of students into Bachelor Degree programs.
Boston MA  
Boston Architectural College
Boston Architectural College DOES NOT use SAT or ACT scores for admitting a substantial number of students into Bachelor Degree programs.
Boston MA  
Boston Conservatory
Boston Conservatory DOES NOT use SAT or ACT scores for admitting a substantial number of students into Bachelor Degree programs.
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Boston University
Boston University DOES use SAT or ACT scores for admitting a substantial number of students into Bachelor Degree programs.
Boston MA  
Butera School of Art
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Eduventures, LLC
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Emerson College
Emerson College DOES use SAT or ACT scores for admitting a substantial number of students into Bachelor Degree programs.
Boston MA  
Emmanuel College
Emmanuel College DOES use SAT or ACT scores for admitting a substantial number of students into Bachelor Degree programs.
Boston MA  
Fisher College
Fisher College DOES NOT use SAT or ACT scores for admitting a substantial number of students into Bachelor Degree programs.
Boston MA  
Massachusetts College of Art and Design
Massachusetts College of Art and Design DOES use SAT or ACT scores for admitting a substantial number of students into Bachelor Degree programs.
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Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences DOES use SAT or ACT scores for admitting a substantial number of students into Bachelor Degree programs.
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The New England College of Finance
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New England Conservatory of Music
New England Conservatory of Music DOES NOT use SAT or ACT scores for admitting a substantial number of students into Bachelor Degree programs.
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New England School of Photography
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North Bennet Street School
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Northeastern University
Northeastern University DOES use SAT or ACT scores for admitting a substantial number of students into Bachelor Degree programs.
Boston MA  
Richmond, The American Int'l Univ. in London
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School of the Museum of Fine Arts
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Simmons University
Simmons University DOES use SAT or ACT scores for admitting a substantial number of students into Bachelor Degree programs.
Boston MA  
Suffolk University
Suffolk University DOES use SAT or ACT scores for admitting a substantial number of students into Bachelor Degree programs.
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The Urban College of Boston
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Wentworth Institute of Technology
Wentworth Institute of Technology DOES use SAT or ACT scores for admitting a substantial number of students into Bachelor Degree programs.
Boston MA  
Wheelock College
Wheelock College DOES use SAT or ACT scores for admitting a substantial number of students into Bachelor Degree programs.
Boston MA  

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