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What are my chances of getting into the University of Michigan and Michigan State University with these grades?

What are my chances of getting into the University of Michigan and Michigan State University with these grades? Topic: The university of florida admissions
June 17, 2019 / By Jamie
Question: GPA: 3.75 weighted i take five honor classes and an art next year I'm taking four honors classes and one AP also an art im in FBLA (Future business leaders of america), international club, and the environment club i live in florida and i go to a private college preparatory school. if that makes a difference
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France France | 3 days ago
I'm sorry but I can't tell you anything based on weighted GPA. Colleges only look at the REAL grades you got in CORE classes (i.e. Math, English, Science, Social Sciences, Foreign Language, and Art). However, if it helps at all, here are some stats: University of Michigan Admissions Data (2010): •Percent of Applicants Admitted: 51% Test Scores -- 25th / 75th Percentile •SAT Critical Reading: 590 / 690 •SAT Math: 640 / 750 •SAT Writing: 610 / 710 Michigan State U Admissions Data (2010): •Percent of Applicants Admitted: 70% •Test Scores -- 25th / 75th Percentile •SAT Critical Reading: 450 / 610 •SAT Math: 530 / 670 •SAT Writing: 460 / 600 Oh and by the way, it probably won't make as big a difference as you think that you go to a private school. Colleges care more about what you made of the opportunities that were given to you than what was actually given to you. For example, I know a girl who got into Harvard, but she had only taken one AP class. However, it was the only AP her school offered. Colleges understand that not everyone is given the same opportunities. Hope this answered some of your q's.
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France Originally Answered: Any chances at University of Michigan?
all they look for is your unweighted gpa from sophomore and junior year. the essays and ec's count for little and SATs are only sorta important. your gpa is too low and your SATs aren't great either. the ec's and essays are ok but won't compensate. don't worry i got deferred too with a 2230 sat
France Originally Answered: Any chances at University of Michigan?
Your GPA and SAT are below average for Michigan, the two most important things for their admissions. It's going to be quite a stretch.
France Originally Answered: Any chances at University of Michigan?
It's not impossible, but it's a longshot. Your SATs are a little low, and so is your GPA. You should be more like 2100 and 3.6 for UoM. Apply, but have a back up that you know you can get in to.

Dax Dax
Chances are very good if you do well on your college entrance exams. Take the SAT twice and you can keep the high score. Talk to your school adviser and schedule the test. Junior year is the time to set it all up.
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Dax Originally Answered: Michigan State University students going to be a Vet.?
I am a rising sophomore at another veterinary school, but I can tell you that most of our experiences are all similar. Day to day, vet school is fun, you get to be in a close-knit group of people that all share the same dream (to be a vet -- although we all vary greatly in what we actually want to do!) The stress can be overwhelming at times, and we've already lost a few classmates during the first year alone, because their grades were not up to par. Getting into vet school was the hardest thing I've ever accomplished (after getting through my first year, anyway!) You'll need a very competitive GPA, usually a minimum of 3.3, especially in your required science courses. You'll also need at least 200-400 or more hours of hands-on animal experience, especially in the fields of veterinary medicine or research. Once you begin your undergraduate degree, you'll take all of your required courses (mostly sciences, some math, etc), which your guidance counselor can provide or you can find on each vet school's website. Here is the admissions information for Michigan State's vet school: http://cvm.msu.edu/student-information/dvm-program-admissions/requirements-for-doctor-of-veterinary-medicine Also, this is a really good page from Michigan State's vet school with specifics for high-school students to focus on: http://cvm.msu.edu/student-information/pre-college-preparation/high-school-preparation I personally did not plan on entering vet school when I was in college. I had toyed around with the idea, but I knew it was extremely difficult and my GPA was only a 3.12 when I graduated. I worked in research for a year before realizing that veterinary medicine truly was my calling. I took a few classes in my spare time to bring my GPA up a little, and fulfill the pre-reqs I was missing. I also began working as a technician at a veterinary clinic. I spent one year working at a dog and cat clinic, and then one year at an exotic animal clinic. I also volunteered on weekends at a shelter, and for a animal spay and neuter program. I applied to vet school two years in a row -- the first year I only applied to my in-state school and two out-of-state schools that don't accept many out-of-staters. I wasn't accepted the first time around, although I did make it through the first cut. The second time, I sat down and researched which of the 28 vet schools in the US actually let in a large amount of out-of-state students, and I applied to those, and was accepted to two of them. The best piece of advice I can give you is to maintain a high GPA, attend a four-year college and keep your grades high, and gain a variety of experience. Good luck!!
Dax Originally Answered: Michigan State University students going to be a Vet.?
It is incredibly hard to get into. There are only 27 vet schools in the US. All are equally difficult to get into. When your in college you need at least a 3.8 GPA. Good Luck but that is a long way off. Focus on getting into college first.

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