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GPA requirements to get into Johns Hopkins University?
their average GPA is 3.8, so Im guessing 3.7 or above is best
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The minimum gpa acceptance is 2.0 and the average gpa is 3.75
Yale University has holistic admissions, which means they take all factors of the application into account with no written-in-stone requirements; however, most students who ge…t accepted have a 4.0 GPA or close, but many applicants with 4.0 GPAs get rejected and some with lower GPAs get accepted. 97% of freshmen entering Yale are ranked in the top 10% of their classes.
Duke University does not have a GPA requirement. Nonetheless, it would be wise to keep your GPA somewhere above 3.7. Below that, I would make sure to keep great extracurricu…lars, outstanding test scores and sports. I wouldn't even apply without at least a 3.2 average. But you'll never know until you try!
You need about a 3.13 to enroll at Radford University. Great school.
I think it has to be at least 3.8 or higher!!
I went to collegeboard.com and the SAT range for the middle fifty percent of students at Johns Hopkins University is relatively high. However, remember that these are the aver…age scores. It's recommended that you have at least the bottom end of these scores to have a great chance of being admitted, but if your scores are slightly below this I wouldn't worry. If you scores are higher than these, then you'll certainly be admitted if the rest of your application is up to par and you might even receive scholarship money. Test Scores Middle 50% of First-Year StudentsPercent Who Submitted Scores / SAT Critical Reading: 630 - 730 | 93% / SAT Math: 670 - 770 | 93% / SAT Writing: 650 - 730 | 93% / ACT Composite: 29 - 33 | 36%
You definitely need to get great grades…not just good grades, but great grades. A high GPA and high SAT scores are a must. After you accomplish this, start thinking about wa…ys you can separate yourself from the competition. Extracurricular activities are very important. Lastly, make sure you want to go to Johns Hopkins University. I know a lot of students that thought they wanted to go to their dream school, but when they got in and went to that school, they were really disappointed. Pay attention to what actual students of Johns Hopkins University are saying.
they are a very diverse college they consider everything.
Write a persuasive essay and it can do miracles. Retake the SAT again and get above 1400 composite.
depends on the university. but for some, graduating high school/ a GED will get you in. Ivy League schools...not so much. you'd need valedictorian plus a ton of extracurricula…rs to even be considered