<p>UF may claim that their admission standards are the same for Summer B, but I have seen stats that indicate that is a lot easier to get into Summer B than Fall. I don't remember the exact stats, but the Summer B gpa and SAT scores were a LOT lower.
It was significant.</p>
<p>UF admissions are holistic. As you can see by one of the persons who posted his stats, you can get rejected even if you have good stats. You will PROBABLY get in with good stats, but there is no guarantee. </p>
<p>UF seems to place more emphasis on gpa than on test scores, but as someone else noted, gpa's are sometimes inflated, depending upon the high school.</p>
<p>I am always amazed when some kid says he is #3 out of 500 in his high school class, but only has a 29 ACT, or 1800 SATs. Or a kid who gets "A" grades in his AP classes, but then can't get a "3" on the actual AP exam.</p>
<p>UF has diversity concerns, and also geographic concerns as well. They don't simply want to take Florida kids from just the Southeast Florida area.</p>
<p>So to a certain extent, it is a crapshoot, especially if you have good stats, but not great stats.</p>