If you have a 3.0 GPA a 30 on the act and a 2000 on the sat is it possible for you to get a scholarship from the us air force rotc and your physical ability is very well?
\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nProbably not. Admission to UW-Madison has gotten extremely competitive over the past 5 years or so.. The average ACT of this Fall's freshman class is about a 28...you are clearly below that average...\n. \nI would suggest you take the ACT/SAT again and try to get at …least a 28..\n. \n. \nOr perhaps you should consider some other not so competitive schools... (MORE)
Answer . Sure you can, there are scholarships for all sorts of things. You just need to do some research to find some that you qualify for.
of course you can get into A college..but it depends what your goals are..those credentials wont get you into ivys or first tier probably..most likely your looking at second tier schools..hopefully your activities are strong Answer Diffinately, just make sure that you apply to schools within your ac…ademic achievement range and then you will deffinately get in. (MORE)
If you have 2.6 GPA as of your junior year but a 3.4 GPA for your senior year and do well on your SATs can you get into a good college?
Answer \nYes! The sad truth is that once you have one semester of college course work completed your high school grades and test scores are no longer a consideration. University administrators only care if you are able to do the course work. Which tells them more about your abilities??? high sch…ool work or college work? Personally I didn't learn anything in high school and didn't even graduate at the top half of my class and it hasn't hindered me at all. If you don't get into the university/college you want the first year just "bloom where you are planted" and then you can transfer later. Transfer students have it a lot easier than first time freshman's trying to compete with every other applicant. My advice, don't even stress about it. (MORE)
Answer Quite a few actually. I'm from Florida and I spend my time figuring the quality of our educational programs here, so I think I can give you a pretty wide range of answers. I'll start with University of Florida, the top public school in Florida. Recently, they've gotten quite a bit more compe…titive, and have been trying to raise their standards to become a sort of "Ivy League" of the south. I know quite a few people who would have been taken automatically a few years ago, but now, it's getting harder to get in. Your GPA doesn't tell me enough to make a full assessment, but a 3.2 GPA with all of your other qualifications around the same level as well would probably not be enough. However, since you said you plan on doing well on your SATs, which I would say shoot for somewhere in the 1300s, could make you a candidate for UF. Also, if you have strong extracurriculars, it would help you out quite a bit. But like I said, it's getting harder. Then you have your next big public school in Florida, which is FSU. For FSU I would say you have a good shot. Good SAT scores would look very good at FSU. Then we have the lesser schools which include; USF, UCF, UNF, the not-so well known UWF, and your melee of Florida Atlantics, Florida Internationals, and Florida Gulf Coasts. For UCF, I would say about the same as FSU, but everywhere else I'd have to say you're pretty much in. USF, like UF, has also become more competitive, but they're still on the low end of the spectrum that is Florida's elite. Now I'll touch upon the colleges which I like to call Florida's little gems, or our indie darlings. First and foremost, New College of Sarasota is a terrific school and is nationally ranked by the Princeton Review and US News and World Report for its academics. Princeton Review also includes it on its top marijuana schools in the country, but nevermind that. The academics are very strong, and one thing I find quite endearing about New College is that it does not award grades, but rather assessments of performance. However, admission there is competitive, but if you express a strong desire to go there, and your SAT scores come out firm, then it is a maybe an option for you. Rollins college is next. It's in Winterpark, and is known throughout the country as the school with the fewest interclass mixings. Meaning its a school of billionaire's kids. Which it is. But it is still an excellent school. If you have connections (meaning some form of power or great amount of money) you are a shoo-in to Rollins. Otherwise, they look for kids with a bit stronger of grades. And I'll conclude this tour of Florida with a University of Miami. It's private, so they also have a lot of kids who can easily pay their way going there, but I think your grades could potentially merit UM taking a look. All in all, I would have to say your strongest choices are amongst the USF, UCF, and UNF crowd, but if you have money (which it really all comes down to), consider UM or Rollins. Good luck! (MORE)
Is an Ivy League college possible if you are a sophomore and have over a 4.1 GPA unweighted and you haven't taken the ACT or SAT yet but you have been in key club and swimming for two years?
Answer . \nGetting into an ivy league university is more difficult than it was when I applied in the early '80's. I think that now they're looking for depth in one or two extracurricular activities rather than the 'well-rounded' that was more in vogue earlier. I would say that writing a book, es…pecially if you could get it published, would be extremely helpful. Poems not so much, probably. Unless, again, published. If you've been doing something for two years make sure you keep doing it, take as many AP classes as possible, and make sure your essays are kick-ass. Do something unusual and stick with it if you can (hence the approval for book-writing). Make sure your standardized test scores are very very good. Study and/or hire help. (MORE)
its not really about the SAT but more the ACT and u would pretty much need to own it to get into Michigan with a 3.0. however, the ACT is last on what colleges consider. they consider a lot of other things before test score like volunteering and extra curricular activities. unless those are outstand…ing i don't think u will get into Michigan, no offense. (MORE)
A 2.0 GPA, a desire to succeed... and either a some seriously rich parents, or be prepared to enter the wonderful world of loans. :)
What good psychology schools close to the east coast can you get into with a 3.2 GPA 2020 sat and 30 act?
I know Penn State main campus has a great psych program and Michigan (sp?) state has a good one too according to my counselor. and that's a really good sat score so I'm pretty sure you can get into both. and 2020 out of 2400 is roughly a 1350 out of 1600. (all the websites I looked at seem to be bas…ed on a 1600 scale) But last I checked for PSU the mid 50 range for sats was 1180-1350 and i think MSU is slighty lower psu.edu msu.edu I also heard of Clark University and i think that's in Massechusets (sp?). I'm not sure it its a great school but i know most students there and psychology majors I hope i helped (MORE)
I recently got accepted into Loyola University ...I did not have the highest ACT score actually my ACT was an average of 22 with a GPA of 4.1. There is a chance that a student can be admitted with a not so high ACT score like mine if you apply through the LEAP program in which they will tell you onc…e you have applied. The most important thing is to maintain a high GPA that will be a life saver!!!! (MORE)
Check this out. The scores of the students are laid out towards the bottom. It seems like if you're over 600 in math and verbal on the SAT and over 24 on the ACT, you're within the range. I was looking for the same thing and whew! I'm safe. Obviously, that's no guarantee. http://education.yahoo.c…om/college/facts/7882.html Good luck! (MORE)
I've run into a couple scholarships that were for students who weren't doing as well in school.
A Grade Point Average of 3.0 is a grade of B. GPA 4.0 = A, 3.0 = B, 2.0 = C, 1.0 = D, and 0.0 = F Good Ok average Bad Fail
Liberty University's minimum acceptable scores for regular undergraduate admissions are 800 (combined) for the SAT Reasoning Test and 17 (composite) for the ACT. Unless the student has 60 or more transfer hours. Liberty's minimum acceptable unweighted Grade Point Average (GPA) is a 2.0 on a 4.0 s…cale. Official college transcripts from all colleges/universities attended are also required if applicable. . For the source and more detailed information concerning this subject, click on the related links section (College Board) indicated below. (MORE)
I believe that you are only obligated if they pay for the last two years of college . In my day I could turn down the scholarship after the first two years and not owe anything. They will explain it, if they don't explain it to your satisfaction, ask!
3.0 GPA, SAT Verbal or Critical Reading of 500, and ACT English 20.\n. \n(Also, a portfolio of 10 to 15 pieces needs to submitted for review.)
If your high school grades are not that good but you do very well your senior year and score well on your SAT and ACT can you get accepted into a university?
Yes ... but you're going to have to shop around. You're not going to be in the first cut.
You can become an Air Force pilot through the AFROTC program. The commitment for a pilot is ten years, in contrast to the normal four year commitment.
Auburn University doesn't publish mandatory minimum scores for enrollment; each year's applications are considered as a pool, with freshman admissions selected from among the best candidates. The Princeton Review provides statistics for currently enrolled students as a guide to Auburn's stand…ards, however. Approximately 78% of freshman candidates opt for taking the ACT, as opposed to 22% who take the SAT. Both tests are acceptable. Applicants are required to take submit scores for the writing section. ACT Scores The middle 50%* of students scored in the following ranges on the ACTs: Composite......23 - 29 Math..............22 - 28 English...........24 - 30 Writing...........22 - 27 SAT Scores The middle 50%* of students scored in the following ranges on the SATs: Reading.......520 - 640 Math...........540 - 660 Writing........510 - 620 * This indicates 25% of incoming freshman scored below the published range in one or more areas, while the top 25% scored above the published range. Auburn uses a comparative, rather than fixed-score, method to evaluate freshman applications. High School GPA Average GPA.............3.69 Percent with 3.75+......48.0% Percent 3.5 - 3.75.......19.6% Percent 3.25 - 3.49.....14.8% Percent 3.0 - 3.24.......11.7% Percent 2.5 - 2.99.......05.6% Percent 2.0 - 2.4.........00.3% Graduated Top 10%.....40.0% (for statistical purposes only; not considered for admission) Graduated Top 25%.....65.0% (for statistical purposes only; not considered for admission) Freshman admission to Auburn is competitive, but stronger standardized test scores can help offset a lower GPA and vice-versa. (MORE)
There are many types of scholarships available to students. Some are in-house scholarships, while others come from outside of the college or university, and many of them are not academic. The Financial Aid office at any college or university can give you detailed information concerning financial ass…istance. You can also click on the related links section (FAFSA) indicated below which will also give you valuable information on getting financial assistance. (MORE)
\nUsually a 28-32 on the ACT and a 1300 or higher on the SAT are expected to gain acceptance to scholarship programs for major universities. As for GPAs it depends. Usually most honors college require a 3.5 GPA, but it can vary do to the weighting and difficulty of schools.
The military ROTC scholarships are pretty much the same across the board. The scholarship provides full tuition, lab fees, uniforms and books for the students. It provides a small stipend each month (it was $100 a month when I was in, but I believe it has gone up.) There is also payment during the s…ummer time at half the rate of the O-1. (MORE)
Army ROTC college scholarships provide up to $5000 annually for living expenses, most books & fees and full tuition or room & board
Yes it is possible but it largely depends and varies upon the grading system followed at your school/college. But one thing is for sure, you would need to get straight A's to increase your GPA upto that level.
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you need at least a 3.0 to get into the academy. on average i'd say about 3.5.
some community colleges wont look for sat grades. you wont get into a university but try a state coll/ or community
Well you need a 3.8 GPA to get in sow you have to be a strait a student.I have a 3.9 GPA and 1 in 50 people will get excepted into the air force academy I have a very high chance to get in because i am a strait A student my dad was in the air force I've been in karate,football,baseball and soccer. … P.SThe holl stait goes there to be commissioned 2nd lieutenant to fly a plane. So it's extremely hard to get in. (MORE)
Will a 1110 on the SAT and 3.0 GPA boosted by extra curriculars and community service get you into the University of West Georgia?
yes because, sat really doesn't tell you anything because , someone could get a high score by just guessing , and have a low GPA
Universities will rarely post specific scores. Still, they are looking at the candidate as a whole and not just one or two parts of the whole. Below are listed the areas from which Washington University in ST Louis makes their admissions decisions. Admission requirements: . Essay(s) required . Re…quired: SAT Reasoning Test or ACT . If submitting ACT, the writing section is optional . Considered if Submitted: SAT Subject Tests Very important admission factors: . Character/Personal Qualities . Class Rank . Application Essay . Extracurricular Activities . Recommendations . Rigor of secondary school record . Standardized Test Scores . Talent/Ability . Volunteer Work . Work Experience . Academic GPA Considered: . Alumni Relation . Interview . Racial/Ethnic Status . First generation college student . Level of Applicant's Interest . For the source and more detailed information concerning your request, click on the related links section (College Board) indicated directly below this answer section. (MORE)
The GPA most likely is fine, but Uconn is becoming a more competitive university and the 1600 out of 2400 may not be enough when compared to kids applying with higher scores.
Well, the 3.2 is not going to help. However, medical schools do look at the entire applicant and not just one part. So, besides the GPA, they will look at activities such as prerequisite coursework, rigor of the program of study taken at the undergraduate level, clinical experience, volunteer activi…ties, essay, and research. (MORE)
It's equivalent to between a 1320-1350 on the SAT, or a 1980 on the new SAT.
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depends on what college you want a scholarship for.. but the GPA is pretty good. could be better but good.. and the ACT score is pretty good as well.. good luck!
Do well in the ACT,SAT and the AFOQT(Air Force officer qualifying test)and do good in the physical fitness test
Not if they are paying attention. Try Sesame Street. Okay yes you can get into Purdue with those scores. I am a purdue alumnae and I had a 3.6 GPA and a 24ACT when I was in high school and got into the college of engineering. However once you get in the college many students don't make it past th…eir first year, and if they do their GPA has suffered significantly and in the long run the better your GPA is the better your chances of getting a competitive job. You may want to consider starting off in Management (you can also minor in industrial engineering while in management and this school has lower entrance requirements) and then do what is called a co-do (switching into engineering) after your first semester or call the school and talk to admissions. Hope that helps. (MORE)
You may be able to get a scholarship with good grades and a goodresume. Apply for any and all scholarships in your hometown withcivic organizations and sports. You may be able to net some goodmoney for school.
There is no way to guarantee admission, since we are not involved in the selection process; however, the middle 50% of the entering freshman class fall within the following range on the SAT Reasoning Test or ACT. SAT Reading: 500 - 620 SAT Math: 500 - 630 SAT Composite: 1000 - 1250 ACT Co…mposite: 22-27 (MORE)
No. During WWII American Men who joined the Canadian Air Force and went to England were allowed to transfer to the US Army Aircore when the Americans later arrived in England. Presently it is not done.
Can i get a deans or aj drexel scholarship with sat score of 1950 and toefl ibt 101 and very strong extracurriculars and a GPA of over 3.8 at drexel university and im an international student?
Most likely, I got a SAT of 1910, I am the president of the speech & debate team, NHS and Reading Olympics team and recieved $19,000. On the other hand my friend recieved a $26,000 had lower SATs and a lower GPA, so I'm not sure how much you will get.
Not at all. Both the SAT and ACT are standardized college entrance exams and either are accepted by colleges with no preference. This is especially true after the SAT's latest revision. There are a few key differences in the SAT and the ACT. Since the revision of the SAT, it is rumored that the… SAT is slightly harder than the ACT (I've taken both and I believe this to be true). However, the SAT seems to be slightly more rewarding. Also, the SAT's scoring system allows for the fact that it is difficult. You do not need to get every answer correct in order to score a perfect score on the SAT. It *is* important that you answer every question. On the SAT (and the ACT, for that matter) it is always better to at least make an educated guess as opposed to skipping a question. There are tons and tons of tips and tricks for studying for the SAT that will help you tremendously. (MORE)
If you have a low GPA 2.8-3.0 but you have 30 act and 3 years of high-school you have taken all ap and honors classes will spelman accept you?
Spelman has a minimum GPA requirement of 2.0, so you probably have an ok chance of getting in. However, your ACT score is pretty good which may get you a little farther.
Does Harvard ever take 3.0 GPA with 5 on sat2 tests 800 on most ap courses and a 2300 sat or above score?
Yes Harvard does take this GPA, they don't want to see only your GPA but they want to see your SAT and how involved you are outside of the world. You have a very strong SAT that shows great intelligence. I am currently enrolled in Harvard university and I was in the same situation as you in high sch…ool. (MORE)
Not to discourage you at all, but you would need nearly perfect SAT scores to get into Bentley with a 2.5. I applied with a 3.6 and got a 2130 on my SATs...and I'm considered an average student there. So i would say at least a 2250...but probably higher. Sorry.
The united states Army and Navy ROTC scholarships are full rides.The Airforce is the only branch that gives different amounts ofmoney for different levels of academic merit. Army and Navy alsogive whats called a 3 year AD scholarship, which basically meansthat your first year of college none of the …expenses are paid.After the year is over, they evaluate your GPA and if your in goodstanding with the law, full tution coverages begin for the nextthree years of college. (MORE)
No. The ampacity of a #12 wire is 20 amps. Being connected to a 30 amp breaker means that the wire can be overloaded by 10 amps and still not trip. There are two things that can be done to stay within the electrical code. Number one, change the two pole 30 amp breaker to a two pole 20 amp breaker. T…he load of the heater is I = W/E, 2000/240 = 8.3 amps. That load can be run on a 14-2 cable from a two pole 15 amp breaker. Remember that the breaker protects the size of the wire that is connected to it. Number two, if you want to use the 30 amp breaker then a #10 wire rated at 30 amps is the smallest wire to connect to that breaker. (MORE)
In 2010 Kentucky had an average aceptance rate of 75% the average gpa was around a 3.4 - 3.6 and the 3.0 is possible there but the low act hurts if you have a good admission essay who knows I'd say theres about a 10% chance
To get the best scholarships you need a high score of both. But different scholarships are for different things, there are plenty out there that are based on high ACT scores. I would start with websites like scholarships.com or findtuition.com or zinch.com
Enrolling in the Air Force ROTC provides students the opportunity for improved discipline and physical fitness. It also offers a number of scholarship opportunities to eligible students.