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Low SAT and ACT

Diona97Diona97 Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
I really want to get into University of Florida. My weighted gpa is a 4.6 or 3.6 unweighted. At my school, my class ranking is 13 out of 520. I am a dual-enrolled student at my community college. So I am still a senior but I am taking all college classes. My first year of college for free. I am just not a good test taker... I got a 1480 on my SATs and a 21 on my ACT. Is there still a chance for me to get into this college even with my low test scores? :(

Replies to: Low SAT and ACT

  • bookreaderbookreader Registered User Posts: 1,890 Senior Member
    There is a college out there for everyone. You just need to figure out which one is a good fit for you. If you get an associates degree first, then your SAT/ACT scores are much less important in your college application.
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