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Life After high school part II. Character word of the week. Cooperation- Working together for a common purpose. . UGA . 2012 Freshmen 4,970 total Avg . SAT score: 1273 Avg . GPA: 3.8 97 percent of in-state freshmen earned the HOPE Scholarship Honors Program : 2,500 students

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character word of the week
Character word of the week
  • Cooperation- Working together for a common purpose.
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UGA
  • 2012 Freshmen
    • 4,970 total
  • Avg. SAT score: 1273
  • Avg. GPA: 3.8
  • 97 percent of in-state freshmen earned the HOPE Scholarship
  • Honors Program : 2,500 students
    • Freshman SAT score: 1466 (critical reading and math sections only);
    • GPA: 4.04
ga tech
GA Tech
  • Fall 2012 admissions info
    • Applications: 14,731
    • Accepted: 8,036 (54.55%)
    • Enrolled: 2,650
  • Middle 50% GPA
    • 3.77–4.08
  • Middle 50 % SAT
    • 1960–2160
  • Middle 50% ACT
    • 28–32
reinhardt
Reinhardt
  • English- 4 units
  • Science- 3 units
  • Social Studies- 3 units
  • Math- 4 units
  • Minimum GPA required- 2.0
  • Must take either ACT or SAT
north ga
North GA
  • Roughly 6,000 students
  • 2011 data
    • Minimum SAT requirements are Critical Reading: 480, Math: 440
    • Minimum ACT requirements are English: 20, Math 18
  • Fall 2011 Freshman Class Average GPA and test scores
    • Average GPA 3.63
    • Average ACT 25
    • Average SAT 112
popular programs at north ga
Popular programs at North GA
  • Accounting
  • Biology
  • Criminal Justice
  • History
  • Management
  • Psychology
  • Nursing
  • Physical Education
ga southern
GA southern
  • Total enrollment- 20,212 students
  • Average GPA- 3.21
  • Avg. SAT- 1115
  • Avg. ACT- 23 English, 23 Math, 23 composite
  • Requirements:
    • Mathematics: 4 units
    • English: 4 units
    • Science: Students who graduate in 2012 or later must have four (4) units of science.
    • Social Science: 3 units of social
    • Foreign Language: Two (2) units in the same foreign language
southern poly tech
Southern poly tech
  • An academic high school GPA of at least 2.5
  • minimum scores of 500 on the SAT I Critical Reading and 500 on the SAT I Math
  • minimum scores of 21 ACT – English & 21 ACT – Math
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scad
  • Submit grades & SAT or ACT test scores
  • Create a portfolio
  • Locations in Atlanta & Savannah- http://www.scad.edu/admission/
  • Check out SCAD’s website for more info-
appalachian state
Appalachian state
  • 2012 Freshman Class Profile
    • Average weighted GPA of 3.99
    • Average SAT of 1153 (combination of math & verbal)
    • Average ACT of 26 composite
    • 88% in state
    • 12% out of state
unc chapel hill
Unc- chapel hill
  • FALL 2012 FIRST-YEAR ADMISSIONS
    • 29,497 applied
    • 3,914 enrolled
  • FALL 2012 ENROLLED FIRST-YEAR CLASS — ACADEMICS
  • 1st in high-school class 7% (of those whose schools reported rank)2nd in high-school class 13% Top 10% of high-school class 79%Average GPA 4.5
  • High-school GPA of 4.0+ 91%
  • 25th-75th percentiles—SAT Critical Reading 590-700—SAT Math 610-710—SAT Writing 580-690—ACT Composite 28-32
university of tennessee
University of Tennessee
  • Undergraduate enrollment- 21,000 students
  • Requirements
    • 4 units of English
    • 2 units of algebra
    • 1 unit of geometry, trigonometry, advanced math, or calculus
    • 2 units of natural science, including at least one unit of biology, chemistry, or physics
    • 1 unit of American history
    • 1 unit of European history, world history, or world geography
    • 2 units of a single foreign language, 1 unit of visual or performing arts.
    • **They DO weight Honors & AP courses-
      • .5 for Honors & 1.0 for AP
      • Average enrolled freshman GPA: 3.76
university of tennessee1
University of Tennessee
  • ACT/SAT scores-
    • They do “super score”
    • Average enrolled ACT: 27
    • Average enrolled SAT: 1170
  • Other important info they consider-
    • Relevant factors include the following:
    • Rigor of the applicant\'s curriculum
    • Difficulty of senior-level coursework
    • Extracurricular or leadership activities
    • The personal statement
    • Recommendations from teachers and counselors
    • Special talents or skills
clemson
Clemson
  • Requirements
    • English 4 credits
    • Mathematics 3 credits
    • Laboratory Science 3 credits
    • Foreign Language (same language) 3 credits
      • Can still apply with 2 years, but they prefer 3 years
    • Social Science 2 credits
    • U.S. History 1 credit
    • Physical Education or ROTC 1 credit
    • Fine Arts 1 credit
clemson 2012 freshman profile
Clemson 2012 Freshman Profile
  • The 2012 freshman class includes 3,465 students.
  • Mean Weighted GPA 4.23
  • The mean SAT score is 1246.
  • The average range of ACT scores is 26-31.
  • 52% percent of entering freshmen graduated in the top 10% of their high school classes
florida state
Florida state
  • Middle 50% of freshman
    • 3.7-4.2 academic GPA; 26-30 ACT composite; 1740-1960 SAT total.
  • Requires courses-
    • 4 units of English, at least three with substantial writing requirements
    • 4 units of mathematics at the Algebra I level and higher
    • 3 units of natural science, at least two with laboratory experience
    • 3 units of social science
    • 2 sequential units of the same foreign language or American Sign Language
    • 2 elective units, preferably from the English, mathematics, natural science, social science, or foreign language areas
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