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What are my chances of getting in?

miamicatmiamicat Registered User Posts: 3 New Member
3.1 weighted GPA
4.0 unweighted GPA
1690 SAT
307 community service hours
I've taken two dual enrollment classes and plan to take 4 more by the time I graduate.
I've two taken four AP classes. Sophomore year I only passed AP Psych with a 4. I don't know my scores yet for AP Human and AP English but I think I'll get a 3 or above. I plan to take AP Stats, AP Lit, and AP Government/Microeconomics or Macroeconomics.
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Replies to: What are my chances of getting in?

  • lizardlizard Registered User Posts: 3,410 Senior Member
    Your GPA numbers don't jibe, weighted should be higher than unweighted and there usually isn't such a wide spread. Just use your core academic course grades (no PE, keyboarding, office aide courses, etc.), do include your DE and AP class grades too in calculating the GPA's. Attached matrix shows how to weight course grades, and the matrix also will give you a good idea of likelihood of you being accepted as a freshman for 2012-2013--just plug in your own numbers. You should fit in the accepted range. Good Luck!

    http://usfweb2.usf.edu/Admissions/pdf/counselor-grid.pdf
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