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Questbridge Requirements and Chances

zean1110zean1110 Registered User Posts: 12 New Member
Senior
less than 40k income
1370 new SAT
Unweighted GPA as of now: 3.944
Weighted: 4.111
Minority: Filipino
First to go to a 4-year U.S. University in the family

Also, (asking for a friend) you can still apply and have a chance to get in even if you got 1170 on the new SAT but have a gpa of 4.1444 right?

Replies to: Questbridge Requirements and Chances

  • nefarious99nefarious99 Registered User Posts: 7 New Member
    There's no strict cut off on the SAT scores! Even if the score is below the "average" they report, you can still have a chance!
  • nefarious99nefarious99 Registered User Posts: 7 New Member
    Also, your chances sound pretty good grades/score wise, you didn't mention anything about extra curriculars, APs or awards but the academic aspect sounds solid.
  • j_anonymousj_anonymous Registered User Posts: 43 Junior Member
    Your background may help set off the SAT score. If you're particularly poor and live a hard life then I don't think it would hurt as badly.
  • badpunditbadpundit Registered User Posts: 64 Junior Member
    Much is considered. Read the founder's letter; it's long. Better SATs mean better chances, but great essays, strong grades, financial hurdles and demonstrated character might offset even a very low score.
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