How hard is it to get in?
Hello! I’m now a junior in highschool. I know I have to apply to college soon and North Carolina A&T is one of my choices.
I would like to know how hard it is to get into this college. Specifically because my gpa is usually between a 3.3 and 3.5, Id like to know if that would help me get accepted, or if I need a 4.0 GPA!
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Hey, for some information, go to the College List feature where it lists the average stats for students accepted into NC A&T who are the same race as you. What you need to know is 1) average GPA 2) average SAT/ACT 3) average extracurricular profile. I also recommend just googling “NC A&T Middle 50%” and it will show you the GPA/SAT of people who are above average (75percentile) average (50%, or middle of the range) and below average (25%). Hope it helps!
N.C. A&T’s Average Admitted Freshman Profile (2019)*
Average GPA: 3.561 (weighted)
Average SAT: 1,053 (Evidence-Based Reading/Writing and Math)
Average ACT: 20 (composite)
On their website you can see detailed admit information broken down by major as well.
Good luck NYLA! ( I think Michigan State has more Diversity and a better school )
Go down to the freshman requirements then select the statistics drop down
Also if you use the find school feature under the school tab and you’ve completed your profile you can get a good idea of the gpa needed to gain admittance.
Just a word of warning this is almost a chance me which violates community guidelines this seems to be out of ignorance so just be careful in the future.