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Admissions to Princeton

ncpathmanncpathman Registered User Posts: 173 Junior Member
edited March 2010 in Princeton University
I was wondering whether a 95 overall average is good enough to get accepted into Princeton?
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Replies to: Admissions to Princeton

  • yodastreetyodastreet Registered User Posts: 428 Member
    Asking for admissions chances after providing just your GPA is like... hmm. Someone else finish the analogy for me, I'm brain-dead today.

    Seriously though, ncpathman, there are people here that will give their best to give you an answer, but that's woefully little information you have there.
  • tigertontigerton Registered User Posts: 388 Member
    The GPA reaches the mark, but there are other factors too. Think of it like check boxes. You now have one of the many check boxes checked off.
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