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Anyone got into Northwestern without their SAT scores as a transfer student?

lovablerin912lovablerin912 Registered User Posts: 109 Junior Member
edited January 2010 in Northwestern University
Sigh, I am a junior transfer applicant. My community college GPA is a 4.0 with over 50 units. However, my high school grades are really bad as well as my SAT scores.
What should I do? :( Taking the SATs again? omg.. I dont think my scores will improve much from what I've scored before!! :(

SIGHSIGH..

My major is communication.
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Replies to: Anyone got into Northwestern without their SAT scores as a transfer student?

  • mouseiammouseiam Registered User Posts: 3 New Member
    Im kind of in the same boat as you. Im supposed to be a sophomore right now but Im a freshmen because I couldnt start school on time (due to familial reasons.) I did okay in highschool though. I have a pretty decent highschool and college GPA but my SAT score sucks like crazy. I DONT want to take it again and was wondering if there is a way around it.
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