Theaverage ACT score to go to Ohio is a 25 and the average GPA is a 3.45
You divide by 25 to get the GPA. This comes out to be a 3.59, which could be a B+ or an A-.
at least3.4 with really good SAT( 1600) and ACT scores(25 or more)
Sounds like you've got a good chance at both, granted you have good test scores (above 20 ACT, 25 and up would be nice for U of M), extra-curricular activities, and/or AP classes or credits.
It is a good score! But it really depends on what school you are trying to get into. A state school: It is a very good score and you will be fine. School more competative: Their ranges are typically like 22-28 or so and you will most likey get in (also depending on GPA). Schools like Harvard: Sorry but no where near good enough. So, depends on the school. 25 is a good score and about 81% in the U.S. But if you are looking for scholarships...that is another issue because I got a 25 and have over a 4.0 and I needed scholarship money..and you get good money when you get a 28. With a 25 and a decent GPA, you will get a little money but if you want a lot of money, you have to raise it a couple points. But overall, pretty good score!
you need around a 2.75 and a 25 on your act
I think it is mainly just a 25 ACT. The gpa has to be above 2 but 2.5 or above should be a guarantee
Your chances will hinge mostly on your class rank, not your absolute GPA or even your ACT scores (although you want to have a score above 25) ... at some high schools, a 3.6 may be in the top 1% but at other places a 3.6 may be just a bit above average.
According to www.missouri.edu you need an ACT composite score of 25.
74% of students who apply get in. 13% had h.s. GPA of 3.75 and higher 16% had h.s. GPA between 3.5 and 3.74 20% had h.s. GPA between 3.25 and 3.49 25% had h.s. GPA between 3.0 and 3.24 26% had h.s. GPA between 2.5 and 2.99 Your gpa is within their range. The range for the ACT is 18-22 so if you are above that it will help offset the gpa. Seems like you have a good shot at it. The school does look at other things such as essays and volunteer work. You are more than just numbers.