Sutton Trust US Programme

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I'm about to submit my application for the Sutton Trust US Programme and I just wanted to know if the programme pays for you to sit the ACT or do you have to pay? And if I decide to apply to US unis would the programme pay for the application costs or would I have to?
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I'm about to submit my application for the Sutton Trust US Programme and I just wanted to know if the programme pays for you to sit the ACT or do you have to pay? And if I decide to apply to US unis would the programme pay for the application costs or would I have to?
They pay for you to sit the ACT once. Anything more than that and it's on you (though they may cover a fraction of resit costs? I can't remember).

They don't pay your application fees, but you'll be eligible for a fee waiver for the application fee in most cases, leaving you only having to worry about the cost of the CSS Profile.
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