NSU's College of Optometry Entering Class of 2023

Nova Southeastern University | 21 OPTOMETRY ADMISSIONS TEST The Optometry Admissions Test, or an equivalent, is required of all applicants. This online test, or an equivalent, will evaluate the applicant’s knowledge of biology, general and organic chemistry, reading comprehension, quantitative reasoning, and physics. Exams can be taken any time by making an appointment with a Prometric Testing Center. Applicants must wait 90 days before repeating the test. Test information is available at Optometry Admissions Test 211 East Chicago Avenue Chicago, IL 60611 800-232-1694 ada.org/oat INTERVIEW PROCESS A personal interview is part of the application process; however, being interviewed is not a guarantee of admission. Upon completion of the applicant’s file, a review will be made to determine if the candidate will be granted an interview. Not all applicants will be granted an interview, and only those applicants whose files are complete will be considered. The HPD Office of Admissions will notify selected applicants of the dates and times available for interviews. NOTICE OF ACCEPTANCE Notice of acceptance will be on a rolling, or periodic, schedule. Early completion of the application process is in the best interest of the student. After acceptance, official, final transcripts from the registrars of all colleges and universities attended may be requested to be submitted to Nova Southeastern University. REAPPLICANTS If you are reapplying to Nova Southeastern University College of Optometry, please take time to answer these additional questions. In order to fully consider your application, it will be necessary for you to submit the answers to these questions with your secondary application. • Why are you interested in reapplying to NSU’s College of Optometry? • What have you been doing since your last application to the college? • What changes in your application make you a more competitive candidate? APPLICATION PROCEDURES, continued