The ApplyBoard Team has just released new functionality within the ApplyBoard Platform that allows recruitment partners (RPs) and students to search for and apply to programs without an English Language Proficiency (ELP) test score. This functionality will be available for partner schools that provide a conditional offer letter on the basis of submitting an ELP test score at a later date.
If a partner school accepts delayed ELP scores for a program, the program page now indicates this along with other English proficiency requirements.
Eligibility checks on partner school and program landing pages will now consider the “I will provide this later” dropdown option under English Exam Type when determining if a student is admissible to a program that accepts ELP test scores at a later date.
RPs and students can now search for partner schools and programs that accept ELP scores at a later date and offer conditional acceptance. If a program does not accept delayed English scores, students can still apply to ESL, if available for the specified program.
This change has been implemented through the “I will provide this later” option in the English Exam Type filter on all search pages, specifically Quick Search, Search & Apply, and the Anonymous Search Modal (if a user is not logged in).
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RPs and students can now select the “I will provide this later” dropdown option under English Exam Type on the student profile page. This will allow the user to apply for programs that accept delayed ELP scores and provide conditional acceptance. As a result, an English requirement will not be immediately generated and will appear at a later stage in the application.