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Many colleges put a great deal of weight on student ACT/SAT test scores when considering applications. Cappex can help you see how you rank compared to students who have been accepted to University of Pennsylvania
SAT scores are not everything to this school. I admit I did not have the best score for applying to this school (1900 and 30 ACT) it didn't stop me from applying. Keep your hopes up, be active in your home, school and community and it will give you that fighting chance.» Read More
Make sure you have high SAT scores and a high GPA. Admissions is very competitive. If you're attending a graduate program, check for program-specific requirements because it varies. You may not always need the GRE or other graduate exams.» Read More
The most important factor in admission is your transcript, so take AP and IB courses and keep up your grades. That being said, you are more than your scores and grades. Although these are arguably the most important aspect of your application, Penn isn't looking for a number - they are looking for a person. Show them who you are by engaging in activities outside of school that you enjoy - that doesn't mean curing cancer or solving world hunger (although if you can, you'll get in wherever you want - and you'll probably win a Nobel Prize too). If you like playing a sport, join your school's team - if they don't have one, find others that want to play and make one. If you enjoy writing, do it as often as you like and then publish your work online. Take some time once a week to give back to your community by volunteering to tutor or by working at a soup kitchen. Be productive with your time outside of school because the way you spend your free-time tells Penn just as much as any scores might.» Read More