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Chance of getting into the schools?

Hi guys, I’m a dual enrollment student at George Washington University and I am working on getting my associates degree. My GPA is currently at 386 for college and my high school GPA is roughly 4.62. My SAT score is not at good at all, but I was wondering what should I do or what are my chances of getting into Duke University University or University of Miami or North Carolina Chapel Hill

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6 days ago

Hi!

As someone who is also doing dual enrollment (in Texas though), it can be hard to focus on all of your classes. It seems like you have your high school classes in the bag. To help raise your college GPA, I recommend taking classes that your upperclassmen have deemed easy or take a class with a professor you've had before that you feel you have connected with. This can give you a chance at raising your grades. Overall, even if you don't change anything now, you have a decent chance. The SAT is not for everyone, so I recommend taking the ACT as well. Make sure when you start applying, you also have some backup schools just in case.

Hope this helps!

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Unweighted GPA: 3.7
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SAT: 720 math
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| 800 verbal
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