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Sophie Davis wrote:
To be considered for Fall admission to The Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education, an applicant must:
be a resident of New York State and a citizen or permanent resident of the United States
be a high school graduate as of June 30th
have a minimum grade average of 85 percent through the first three years of high school
submit SAT and ACT scores; and
have completed no more than one college semester by the end of the Fall semester. (NOTE: College credits earned prior to high school graduation are not counted for this purpose.)