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3 months ago
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I have a 3.75 UWGPA and no test scores since I’m a Freshmen, what is my chances of getting into Purdues Aviation program
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3 months ago[edited]

Keep your grades up and keep studying. You are on the right track with your current GPA, but no college will admit you with so few classes. Instead, they will want to see you are able to consistently achieve good grades and most want those backed by a respectable SAT/ACT score.

If you are set on that program, please reach out to an admissions counselor and talk with them. If you are nearby consider a campus visit and see if a student ambassador for the program is available to speak with you.

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3 months ago

Considering you're a freshman you don't have to worry about test scores and such yet. Your focus should be keeping your academics up and also joining activities to participate in your school! You can take those tests or APs to add to academic profile later!

Since its so early I'd just focus on what you plan to be, where you plan to be, and how the college will accommodate to your needs!

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3 months ago

If you’re a freshman, it’s a little too early to be chancing yourself for college! Admissions officers consider your entire high school transcript, of which freshman year is only a fourth. Moreover, they will place more weight your junior and senior year classes and grades—these courses tend to be more rigorous and are a better reflection of who you are as a student come application time. (A lot can change in four years!)

Focus on continuing to take challenging classes and participating in extracurriculars you love.

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