I have just graduated from MSU. I entered the school with a .074 and a terrible ACT score. My parents are very wealthy farmers, growing tobacco and corn. I was ranked 261 out of 262 students in my high school. If you had a better GPA then me and ACT score your chances are good. I did not attempt to take the SAT because it is too hard. If I, a rich farm boy from Idaho, can get into MSU, surely you can get in.
Anyway (have no clue how someone like that can get in...)
their avg SAT score is 1867 out of 2400.
Of course that doesn't mean that if you dont make that score that they wont accept u, throw away ur application. They will most likely look at other aspects of ur application like the classes u take, extracurricular activities, volunteers, etc
The average admit range is between a 3.36 and a 3.8 (my mom works in admissions)
you need an average GPA of 2.7/4.0 scale and an ACT score of 19.
== == The median freshman GPA is a 3.5 and average 24 ACT score.
you need at least a GPA of 3.75
The GPA requirement for magna cum laude at University of Michigan is 3.50-3.74. To be summa cum laude, your GPA must be between 3.75-4.00.
average student at MSU is: GPA - 3.3-3.8 ACT - 22-27
Central Michigan University is one of many institutions in the state of Michigan that offers scholarships. These awards are based on multiple qualifiers, such as GPA, athletic ability, and financial need.
For MSU, anywhere above a 3.3 or so. U of M is a bit higher, a 3.8 would be almost a guanrateed in! However, a GPA isn't everything! As long as you have solid test scores, EC's and courses, you should be able to get in!
Your ACT score meets the requirement but with your GPA you should have some very impressive stuff on your application if you apply. I do know someone who graduated from high school with a 2.8 GPA and ended up going to Michigan State but it was a full ride on a football scholarship. if you ever watch a Michigan state football game look for Aaron Burbridge thats who im talking about.