>>>> Regarding to Applications to "Wharton Business School"

<p>Hi, I'm currently a high school student (out-of-state) & I'd like some information about Upenn. Since I've heard that Upenn has very good programs in business and management studies, Upenn is definitely my (and of course, many other's) dream college to enter. In fact, my applicants from around the globe are candidating and working to be a part of Wharton Business School. </p>

<p>In the next comming semester I'll be a junior at my high school and I've decided to join AP for economics and honor classes for English and Physic. (Unfortunately, there aren't many selections of advanced courses to take in my school, through). I'm not pretty sure if I'll ever get some chances to apply for Wharton for not, since I've scored averaged during my middle school, and a little bit struggling with English since that wasn't my first langauge. In fact, I've heard that places like Ivy schools barely (or almost never) give chances to students with average scores. I'm working hard with my school's council and pushing myself to join more clubs and enroll more community services in my school, since that might be sort of few ways to accelerate my profile for those schools. </p>

<p>Here's my questions:</p>

<p>1.) How many percentages of students (out-of-states) have been accepted?
2.) Is there any requirement courses?
3.) What is the lowest GPA. required? (unweight)
4.) Is it okay to enroll only 1-2 APs and 1-2 honors while studying in high school?
5.) What are things that Wharton expected from their applicants to be accepted?
6.) If GPA of 3.5 or slightly lower, will he/she be accepted to Wharton?</p>

<p>Thank you v. much!!</p>

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<li><p>Penn is not like a public university in the sense that they have two admission statistics for in-state and out of state; just look at the overall rate (an average of the four schools for ED and RD). However, the Wharton School has the lowest rate out of the 4 schools so keep that in mind. </p></li>
<li><p>This is on their website. Generally you need to take 3-4 years in core subjects plus a foreign language. </p></li>
<li><p>They don't have cut-offs for objective statistics such as GPA and standardized test scores. Since they judge you in the context of your school, they will look at class rank. A vast majority of accepted students are in the top 10% of their class. </p></li>
<li><p>Again, they will look at advanced courses taken vs. those that are offered to determine your course load. So if your school only has a few AP classes, then it's fine. </p></li>
<li><p>Wharton stresses strong quantitative skills and a genuine interest in business. </p></li>
<li><p>See #3</p></li>
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<p>Hope this helps! =]</p>