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Regular Decision Major Change?

nhgirl88nhgirl88 Registered User Posts: 13 New Member
Hi all-

I applied to Northeastern as a Regular Decision applicant in early December. My ACT Superscore is a 31. The first try was a 34E, 26R, 28M, 29S. The second was a 33E, 31R, 29M, 26S. I sent both scores to Northeastern.

I originally applied as a math major, but I'm also thinking about economics. Since my science and math scores are a little low (for NU) and my english and reading are much higher, is it worth it to change my major to econ? From what I have seen on CC, it looks like the school of Social Science has been more lenient when it comes to math and science test scores. Would Northeastern be more likely to accept me as a potential economics major?

tldr; does anyone have access to the average SAT/ACT scores of each college within NU?

Any advice/help is appreciated!

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