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Anyone applying to Harvard SCEA with SAT I under 2300?

JessicaSutcliffeJessicaSutcliffe Registered User Posts: 24 New Member
edited September 2013 in Harvard University
Hi, I am SCEA-ing to Harvard next month. Just wanna ask who, like me, are applying to Harvard without SAT scores above 2300? Thanks.
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Replies to: Anyone applying to Harvard SCEA with SAT I under 2300?

  • T26E4T26E4 Registered User Posts: 24,274 Senior Member
    It strikes me as curious as to what comfort you'll get from the answers. The answer is YES, there will be tons of applicants with under 2300SAT applying. And there's a decent number of the admitted class who will have scores under that threshold. (you can derive that from H's Common data set). Now what? Have your chances/comfort level/ultimate decision to apply changed with that knowledge?

    Be confident and apply with your best possible package. If you have anything even NEAR 2300, then I'm absolutely sure that you'll have a very successful college career. Whether it's H or some other place, you'll be fine.
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