It's competitive (best wins). Average SAT score is 1219 and average ACT score is 23. They won't even consider you if you have below a 3.0 high school GPA, and only take a small percentage at 3.0. Most are closer to the 4.0 range
Here are the admission standards and relative importance of the following factors in deciding who gets admitted to the university:
Secondary School Record: Very Important
Class Rank: Very Important
High School GPA: Very Important
SAT/ACT Scores: Very Important
Application Essay: Considered
Interview: Not Considered
Extracurricular Activities: Considered
Character/personal qualities: Considered
Volunteer Work: Considered
Work Experience: Considered
No sure about ACT/SAT for admission, as this changes almost yearly. But for art and science programs, here's last year's minimums-
1) Minimum high school rank-in-class, as reported to the Office of University Undergraduate
Admissions, in the top 10 percent (90th percentile)
2) Minimum total combined Critical Reading and Math SAT score of 1350
3) Minimum Critical Reading score of 650
4) Students who do not meet the criteria above must be nominated for consideration. A complete nomination packet includes:
1. Nomination Form
2. Official High School transcript, including SAT I and/or ACT scores
3. Two letters of recommendation
4. Paper copy of essay submitted to Office of University Undergraduate Admissions
Hope this helps.
It depends on your GPA, too. There are other factors, but if you are black, it is very easy to get in.
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