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Should I submit a 1910 SAT score to Wake?

xAxBxCxAxBxC Posts: 255Registered User Junior Member
edited November 2012 in Wake Forest University
I know that submitting SAT scores is optional for Wake, but would submitting a 1910 (possibly mid 1900s after this December test) benefit me? I have a 4.0 weighted GPA.

I greatly appreciate your time.


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Replies to: Should I submit a 1910 SAT score to Wake?

  • chelssd32chelssd32 Posts: 108Registered User Junior Member
    I submitted mine and they were right around there (:
  • sebastianivorysebastianivory Posts: 71Registered User Junior Member
    I submitted a 1970. And was accepted ED. If I remember correctly, that would put you above the 75% percentile at Wake. But Wake tells to submit it if you feel like it reflects you well. I personally would recommend sending it, but, I don't know how well you think it reflects you. Good luck!
  • Wneckid99Wneckid99 Posts: 925Registered User Member
    That would definitely not put you above 75% at Wake. I'd say 1900/2400 is the bottom most score I would submit to Wake.

    The average here is around 2080
  • sebastianivorysebastianivory Posts: 71Registered User Junior Member
    My bad! That's just in the middle of the 50%. I'm so sorry!
    SAT Critical Reading: 610 / 690
    SAT Math: 630 / 710
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