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Duke University
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Unweighted GPA: 3.7
SAT: 720 math
| 800 verbal


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How do I determine my chances of getting into a certain college?

Hi everyone! I'm a junior in high school, and I'm trying to figure out my chances of getting into the colleges on my list. I know there's no surefire way to predict admissions results, but is there a way to estimate my likelihood of getting into a certain college based on my GPA, test scores, and extracurriculars? Any advice would be appreciated! Thanks!

9 months ago

Hey there! It's great that you're already thinking about college admissions as a junior. You're right that there's no definitive way to predict your chances, but there are some tools and resources that might help you get a rough idea.

One popular resource is the college's Common Data Set (CDS), which provides information about the admitted students' GPA, test scores, and other factors. You can typically find this on the college's website or by doing a quick search. By comparing your stats to those of admitted students, you can get a sense of where you stand.

Another tool you might find helpful is college admissions calculators or predictors online. While they're not perfect, they can give you a rough estimate based on the data you input. Keep in mind that these are just estimates, and your extracurriculars, essays, and recommendations also play a significant role in your application.

Finally, consider reaching out to your high school guidance counselor or a college admissions professional for a more personalized assessment. They can help you evaluate your application's strengths and weaknesses and suggest ways to improve your chances. Good luck with your college search!

9 months ago

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