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Admission deadlines for the 2014 fall session???

here4infohere4info Registered User Posts: 43 Junior Member
edited June 2013 in University of Wisconsin
Are there Early decision/early action applications or single choice early action application at the uni of Wisconsin Madison??? I couldn't find any conclusive answers on the site.. help anyone!
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Replies to: Admission deadlines for the 2014 fall session???

  • wis75wis75 Registered User Posts: 13,845 Senior Member
    No- there is only earlier notification if application complete by November first. This could be admit/deny or postponed-meaning you may not get an answer until all of the applications received by the February first deadline have been reviewed.
  • here4infohere4info Registered User Posts: 43 Junior Member
    Oh ok cool tnx mate! Would u also happen to kno if there is noticeable difference in the acceptance rates if one applies early at university of Wisconsin Madison??
  • here4infohere4info Registered User Posts: 43 Junior Member
    I meant via applying via the early notification...
  • MidwestmomofboysMidwestmomofboys Registered User Posts: 3,937 Senior Member
    Looking at last two years of admissions cycles (my son completed his freshman year at UW and has friends from his high school who are going next year, all out of state) --

    High gpa and high test score students will probably get in, if they apply before Nov 1 date. That means unweighted gpa above 3.75 and ACT 32+. Most other out of state students will be postponed, held over to be compared to the rest of the applicant pool.
  • here4infohere4info Registered User Posts: 43 Junior Member
    Woah! Thanks a lot sir
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