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Acceptance rate 2019?

guitar321guitar321 416 replies18 threadsRegistered User Member
Any word on what the acceptance rate is for UM this year?
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  • guitar321guitar321 416 replies18 threadsRegistered User Member
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  • endora75endora75 12 replies0 threadsRegistered User New Member
    It's out: https://admissions.umich.edu/apply/freshmen-applicants/student-profile

    2019 Entering Class
    Freshman
    6,955 new students enrolled
    14,949 admissions granted
    65,716 apps received

    Transfers
    1,459 new students enrolled
    1,865 admissions granted
    4,391 apps received
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  • DBY2017DBY2017 102 replies5 threadsRegistered User Junior Member
    So it's now under 23% and average GPA is now 3.9 and ACT 32-35 Just Wow.
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  • KnowsstuffKnowsstuff 4248 replies17 threadsRegistered User Senior Member
    edited July 10
    The one day I don't check.☑️🤔.
    It's more aligned with engineering now. Wonder it those stats change much they were 3.9 with 34 Act.
    Well, this explains a lot and seems it was heading there. Last year was 3.88 GPA
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  • sushirittosushiritto 4020 replies12 threadsRegistered User Senior Member
    edited July 10
    6,955 new students enrolled

    6,995.

    The 25/75 SAT range didn’t change. Still 1,380-1,540.

    Applications were flat, essentially about the same as last year. I’ll wait for the CDS to be posted for official results.

    Also, the Class of 2022 is about 300 students less than the Class of 2023. 6,680 vs. 6,995.
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  • bclintonkbclintonk 7679 replies31 threadsRegistered User Senior Member
    The 25/75 SAT range didn’t change. Still 1,380-1,540.
    Actually, it looks like the 25/75 SAT range did go up. Math went from 670-780 (per 2018 CDS) to 700-790. Reading/writing went from 660-730 to 680-750. Coupled with an increase in ACT from 30-34 to 32-35, this looks pretty significant.
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