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Applying to Yale - 11 points guide

The application process is very similar to most American universities. A visit to the following application page will highlight some of key elements and requirements.

http://admissions.yale.edu/freshman-application-process

All applicants are required to submit:

  1. A completed Common Application form by 1st November.
  2. Yale Supplement to the Common Application at the same time – only the highest achievements of exceptional merit should be submitted otherwise it may count against you.
  3. A Secondary School Report (SSR) and transcript.
  4. Two teacher recommendation from your school.
  5. A mid-year school report.
  6. SAT reasoning Test or ACT which you should try and complete before 1st November.
  7. Two SAT Subject Tests, which should be completed before 1st November.
  8. Make sure you know the Test Registration Codes so that scores are submitted directly to Yale.
  9. You should also take the TOEFL – Test of English as a Foreign Language. Use the TOEFL codes for submission of results directly to Princeton.
  10. Confirmation of application will be received via e-mail within three weeks if you have submitted an address.
  11. You may get invited to interview after the submission of application.

Good luck.



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