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Hunter College?

Liamma9Liamma9 22 replies22 discussionsRegistered User Posts: 44 Junior Member
Will I get into Hunter College with a 1070?
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  • DustyfeathersDustyfeathers 3321 replies75 discussionsRegistered User Posts: 3,396 Senior Member
    edited November 2017
    Hi--that seems a little on the low side, but you never know. The average test score is 1240 according to prepscholar


    And if you want to see an array of acceptances and rejections on a graph, google <hunter college> and <graph> then it "images".

    You may want to retake your SAT. You can find free SAT practice at Khan Academy --
    https://www.khanacademy.org/sat

    Taking the SAT can be free if you have low income. -- look at the link called "fee waiver" under the costs--
    https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat/register/fees

    Best of luck to you.
    edited November 2017
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  • DustyfeathersDustyfeathers 3321 replies75 discussionsRegistered User Posts: 3,396 Senior Member
    edited November 2017
    This board flagged my earlier post that I was trying to help you with. I think it's because I included links and they want to check them out. I'm frustrated by that because that means I can't help you perhaps quickly enough. This post has no links but will contain instructions for you to find the information yourself.

    ~X(


    - SAT for Hunter is about 1240 according to Prepscholar website. google <hunter college> and <prepscholar>

    - SAT graph so that you can see acceptances and rejections, google <hunter college> and <graph> and then hit "images"

    - SAT free prep, google <khan academy> and <free sat prep> and that should give you a link to where you can practice the SAT for free. You can raise your score, I'm very sure of that, with practice, probably enough to get into Hunter

    - the College Board allows low-income people to waive the fees. google <sat fee waiver> and <college board> and that should get you close to finding that information.

    Best of luck to you.
    edited November 2017
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