Chance for UGA Early Action

<p>From their website:</p>

<p>Primary consideration under the Early Action plan will be focused on demonstrated academic achievement: grades in core academic courses through the junior year, rigor of curriculum and performance on the SAT I or ACT with Writing. </p>

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<p>When they say through the junior year, do they mean grade 9th-11th or just 11th?</p>

<p>Junior: Sem 1, Sem 2 (unweighted)</p>

<p>H Pre-Calc: 82, 91
Physics: 92, 91
US History: 86, 90 (teacher was psycho)
AP Stat: 87, 90
AP Lang: 89, 93
AP Comp Sci: 87, 87
GPA (unweighted): 3.16, 3.83
GPA (weighted using UGA scale): 3.5, 4.16</p>

<p>SAT: 2120 (770 math, 630 reading, 720 english)
ACT: 32 (36 math, 30 reading, 32 writing, 30 science) </p>

<p>Anyone who applied this year want to share their stats?</p>

<p>I literally do not have enough money for any other college except for UGA, so please chance me.</p>

<p>I live in Georgia and know a lot of UGA people. Your standardized test scores are looking very good. I think you’ll be just fine, don’t stress about it. Make sure your essays are the best you can make them, if it’s actually UGA-or-nothing because of money then there’s no reason not to spend a lot of time on the essays. Do you apply for Zell Miller/HOPE? If you do then look into other state schools.</p>

<p>Through junior year means all HS grades up through junior year. (9th-11th)</p>

<p>*****, my grades freshman/sophomore year were terrible. Hopefully they will notice the upward trend…</p>

<p>I did not apply to Zell Miller/HOPE because my parent’s income can pay for UGA no problem, I just don’t want to spend their money.</p>

<p>If you’re going into senior year and applying in october/turn of the year, you can still apply for ZM/Hope. There’s no reason not to, it’s free money. Then you can go and not spend money.</p>