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Chance me for Whitman?


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  • thirrdplanetthirrdplanet 622 replies56 threads Member
    Oh my gosh I just got my ACT score back and it is a 33!!!!!! Anyone have a new chance?
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  • bopambobopambo 1256 replies57 threads Senior Member
    Congratulations thirdplanet! Of course, a higher test score enhances your chances everywhere. Good luck.
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  • ardenatwhitmanardenatwhitman 43 replies2 threads Junior Member
    A bit of a late reply (sorry), but I'm a current Whitman student and I was admitted with a 33 as well. I don't know if that will be like "instant admit" status, but I know from experience that you can get accepted with that score. Honestly, I can't give you a good estimate of a chance but if you've worked hard on all your application materials and your interview went well, it's kind of in the hands of the admission officers now. But I'm glad that you're so excited about Whitman, and I wish you the best of luck!
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