Another chance me ...please!

<p>Weighted GPA 4.24
Hoping for top 10% (was top 11% at end of soph year .. waiting for junior rank to come out)
ACT 27
3 AP's (so far have 4 in USHistory)
7 honors courses
Out of state female
undecided major</p>

<p>Activities include NHS, drama, 2 minor clubs, 1 sport played at travel level all through hs, peer tutor, youth coach </p>

<p>Taking ACT again in Sept and probably a 3rd time in Oct (should I???)</p>

<p>Not submitting SAT because ACT was better</p>

<p>What do you think?</p>

<p>You're in.</p>

<p>If you can get your ACT up to 31 and get in the top 10%, you can pay in-state tuition (if you are currently out of state)</p>

<p>sorry for butting in here, but pierre do you know what the qualifications for getting in state tuition are? if it matters, my high school doesn't rank.</p>

<p>I was wondering about that too. And OP, you're in. I would say.</p>

<p>Thanks for the responses ! This is the #1 choice right now so it's nice to hear the positive feedback.</p>

<p>pierre - Do you know if admissions will superscore the ACT to help get the 31 for instate tuition? Thanks for sharing all of your knowledge with us :)</p>

<p>the minimum requirement for getting in-state tuition is an SAT score of 1350 (CR+M only) or ACT of 31 and a ranking in the top 10% of your high school class.</p>

<p>I really don't know. I would assume that they don't superscore but that's something you might want to ask admissions about: Prospective</a> Students : Clemson University</p>

<p>Are those in-state tuition requirements set in stone?</p>

<p>those are the minimum requirements. Depending on the number of students meeting those minimum requirements, the requirements may be higher to get the in-state waiver.</p>