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Admissions to Princeton

ncpathmanncpathman Posts: 173Registered User 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 Posts: 428Registered User 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 Posts: 388Registered User 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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