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maedkomaedko Registered User Posts: 4 New Member
edited September 2006 in Ohio State University
i just sent in my application. do you think its possible ill automatically get honors status?

SAT: 700 math, 610 reading, 650 writing
ACT: 28, no chance to take another unforunately
class rank: 39/359
gpa: 3.793
4 AP classes: calc AB, physics B, american government (5 and ap test), econ (5 on both ap micro/macro tests)
extracurriculars include track, xc, german club, fbla, JETS

getting into the honors program is really important and the main reason i wanna go to OSU. is it possible ill get automatically accepted? would i get in if i apply for it?
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  • mark19mark19 Registered User Posts: 536 Member
    You should go to OSU's website and search for the requirements. That is the only way you'll find out.
  • mark19mark19 Registered User Posts: 536 Member
    "When you apply to the university as a new freshman, your application will be automatically reviewed for Honors affiliation, and if you qualify for automatic admission you will be mailed an invitation to join within two to three weeks after receiving notification of admission to the university. Students who qualify for the Honors program typically have at least a 29 ACT or equivalent 1300 SAT Math and Critical Reading and are ranked in the top ten percent of their graduating class. "

    - from http://honors-scholars.osu.edu/honors/index.php?nav=apply.
  • maedkomaedko Registered User Posts: 4 New Member
    ya, i saw all that, but its decided case-by-case. anyone else whod had a similar situation?
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