Application for Conditional Acceptance:
METU NCC grants Conditional Acceptance for those students who like to apply before they set for the accepted exams and those who are waiting for their exam results given that they submit mock exam results testified by their schools. Students who have taken any of the accepted exams but are yet to complete their last grade in high school can also apply for conditional acceptance.
SAT Reasoning (SAT1) / SAT Subject tests (SAT2): A minimum total SAT1 score of 1000 out of 1600 in "Math" and EvidenceBased Reading and Writing (Critical Reading in older version) exams, with a minimum "Math" score of 600 out of 800 for Engineering, Economics and Business Administration programs OR an average of 600 in at least 3 subjects SAT Subject (SAT2) test relevant to the program applied for in the.
International AS and A Levels Qualifications: 3 A Levels, two of which shall be relevant to the program applied for grades A* to C.
Note: 2 different AS-level (Advanced Subsidiary Level) may be considered in lieu of a 1 A-level
International Baccalaureate (IB): A diploma of International Baccalaureate with a minimum total score of 28.
BTEC (Business and Technology Education Council) QCF (Qualification Credit Framework) Diploma : A minimum of DMM grades for the BTEC Extended Diploma and D*D* grades for BTEC Diploma from the subjects related to the program applied for.
International Science Olympiads: A gold, silver or bronze medal in the International Science Olympiads recognized and participated by TUBITAK (The Scientific and Technical Research Council of Turkey).
Examinations Given by the Student Selection and Placement Center (OSYM) of Turkey:
Examination for Students from Turkic Republics (TCS): A minimum score of 50 in the Basic Learning Skills Test of TCS held outside Turkey.
Student Selection and Placement Examination (OSYS): Having obtained scores that would be sufficient for placement to the program applied for in the OSYS of the previous year.
Advanced Placement Test (AP): A minimum score of 12 (4, 4, 4,) in three Advanced Placement subjects, 2 of which are relevant to the program applied for.
American College Testing (ACT): A minimum score of 25 out of 36.