Take the SAT and ACT as many times as possible, sign up for as many APs as YOU CAN HANDLE. Georgia is extremely selective these days. The average GPA for incoming freshman in 2009 is 3.9 with a 1300 SAT and 30 ACT score. It is important to take the standardized tests as much as possible to get the best score you can. Also, UGA wants to see that you are challenging yourself. APs are the best way to do so. And the more hours you have coming in as a freshman, the easier your life will be. You can...
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The University of Georgia is outstanding. Whether it be dorm life or simple the college town there is always something interesting to do. The classes are organized well and the university can really set you on the right path.» Read More
The University of Georgia and it's town of Athens, Georgia is considered a whole separated world for me when I'm there. It is a place to learn, achieve, and strive to become the very best at whatever one's hopes and dreams may be. Not only do you have the chance to accomplish so much in school but you are able to enjoy the life of a true college town.» Read More
The campus is more exciting than a Micheal Jackson concert, the food is tastier than my mom's homecooking, and the people really take southern hospitality to heart. UGA is more than just a school, it's a community of people who support and encourage eachother to strive for excellence everyday. It might be a big school but the people here give it a small school feel.» Read More
Applying to The University of Georgia was the best decision I've ever made. The education is phenomenal, there are so many options to get involved on campus, and the student life is incredible. The professors are hard but great instructors and the information sticks with you long after you leave the classroom.» Read More
One of the most developed and intellectually challenging schools I have been to. The atmosphere is incredible and having the opportunity to attend the University of Georgia has been delightful. I rate this college a 10/10.» Read More