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Chances for Fall 2017???

dancermom79dancermom79 Registered User Posts: 38 Junior Member
My daughter is hoping to attend Wisconsin in Fall 2017 (Illinois resident). She has a 3.7 UW/4.46 W GPA. ACT: 26 (Superscore 28) she will retake the ACT in September. She is a member of National Honor Society, Spanish Honor Society; Math Honor Society; English Honor Society; History Honor Society; Future Health Professionals of America; Student Council; Students Against Drunk Driving; 2 year Varsity Captain of her dance team; 4 year Varsity dancer; 7AP classes the rest are all honors classes; peer mentoring, athletic leadership council; over 100 volunteer hours at local hospital. Hoping to major in neuroscience.

Chances??

Replies to: Chances for Fall 2017???

  • sammyjeanxosammyjeanxo Registered User Posts: 12 New Member
    I think she does have a good chance! I don't think they superscore, so it is a good idea for her to retake it. (I actually got a 26 the first time and then studied lightly for a week before I took it the second time and it brought my score up to a 30). The average scores of accepted students is 27-31. She has good extracurriculars and as long as she keeps up her good gpa, I think she has a great possibility.
  • wis75wis75 Registered User Posts: 13,847 Senior Member
    No superscoring at UW. Middle of the pack-worth applying.
  • Madison85Madison85 Registered User Posts: 10,681 Senior Member
    The 26 ACT is in the bottom quartile of accepted students.
  • wis75wis75 Registered User Posts: 13,847 Senior Member
    I'm calling "the pack" the majority, more than half.
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