Looking for Aerospace Engineering Schools?

<p>I'm looking for the best Aerospace Engineering Schools to apply to and that are most realistic
for me:</p>

<p>I have 3.7 unweighted GPA
haven't taken SAT or ACT but tell me what kind of score I would need to get into the schools?
I also have a lot of extra curricular activities and I'm part of ISEF.</p>

<p>Thank you</p>

<p>Get a 30 or 1330 M and CR and you get full tuition plus 2500$ a year at alabama.</p>

<p>Alabama State?
Or University of Alabama?</p>

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<p>Both offer big scholarships for stats, but University of Alabama has aerospace engineering while Alabama State University does not. Other schools in the list may also offer aerospace engineering.</p>

<p>I’ve been looking into colleges such as MIT , GIT, Cornell ,UMich and ASU
what’s your opinion and ranking on these schools and my ability to be accepted?</p>

<p>You have public Us from three states there. Can you afford OOS tuition? Extremely unlikely at MIT and Cornell (though this isn’t a chances forum…)</p>

<p>Can you be a bit more specific?
I’m new to this process.
Also why would I be unlikely at MIT and Cornell?</p>

<p>All normal applicants are unlikely at MIT and Cornell.</p>

<p>Oh I get it cause it’s a reach school.
However, can you explain OOS tuition?
And why was Erin’s Dad fixating on public universities?</p>

<p>The main question is what can your family afford for college. Public Us reserve their scholarship $ for In-State students. Out of state (OOS) tuition is much higher. UMich will cost $50K/year. </p>

<p>As far as MIT and Cornell, 97% of MIT admits are in the top 10% of their class, 91% at Cornell. Neither publishes the GPA spread but I would doubt a 3.7 is there. </p>

<p>What is your home state? Alaska?</p>

<p>Cal Poly
Missouri S&T
Georgia Tech

<p>These are schools heavily recruited from here on the west coast.</p>


<p>Do you mean Alabama Huntsville?</p>

<p>Sorry about that. Yeah, UA - Huntsville.</p>

<p>MIT is not just a reach for your current stats they are statistically a reach for anyone. They enroll somewhere around 1200 students a year and have an acceptance rate of under 9%. Even if your stats were to fall within their top 25% of accepted students they will likely reject far more applicants with those stats than they accept. It will probably be similar for Cornell. There is no reason you can’t apply if you don’t mind spending the money, however, don’t make it a school you feel you should expect to be accepted at. University of Michigan is much tougher to gain acceptance to if you are out of state than the 36% acceptance rate would indicate. These are schools that you might very well be qualified to attend but so are thousands of other people who choose to apply. Good luck. </p>