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What are my chances of getting into Lawrencville High School

njgirl121njgirl121 Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
I am currently going into 9th grade and I am a female. I play soccer and tennis. I am going to take the SSAT or ISEE(is it hard??)this winter. My grades are all As. Any advice on how to study for SSATs or how to increase my chances to get into Lawrenceville? Thanks for the help.

Replies to: What are my chances of getting into Lawrencville High School

  • sgopal2sgopal2 Registered User Posts: 3,093 Senior Member
    Note that there is no such thing as Lawrenceville High School. Lawrence High is a public school in Lawrenceville NJ. Then there is the independent Lawrenceville School.

    If you have decent grades, and high SSAT scores (low 90th percentile) then you should be ok academically. Financial need also plays an impact along with sports and geography.
  • gardenstategalgardenstategal Registered User Posts: 4,582 Senior Member
    ^^ so true! But know that even if you are academically competitive, there is no such thing as a sure thing at L'ville. You should have some other options if you have your heart set on BS.
  • lucbp36lucbp36 Registered User Posts: 4 New Member
    If you get all A's, you do stand a good chance, no matter what school you go to. But, to further evaluate, you might want to mention what school you go to, any other extracurriculars, or accomplishments. Also, are you good, or even a standout at soccer or tennis? At most schools, everyone plays sports no matter what..
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