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Arizona State University

Your Combined ACT:
SAT Math + Verbal:
Your Chances at ASU
(on ACT score alone)
Your Chances at ASU
(on SAT score alone)
Men
Women
# Applicants
14,512
15,259
# Admitted
12,339
13,456
% Admitted
85.0%
88.2%
% Overall
86.6%
Oct 26 2013Engineering Department
Besides the engineering and business schools, and the honor's college, anything you did in high school at least decent, along with an average SAT/ACT score will land you here just fine. I made it into the engineering school with about a 1200 on the SAT (2 parts), I believe an 1150 is about what they want you to have. Overall, it's really not hard to get into here. If you plan on doing engineering or business though don't slack off senior year of high school though.
SAT: 1790 Male
Apr 24 2012Unknown
If you had a good gpa, they don't give a crap about your SAT/ACT.
Female
Dec 22 2011Math
Anyone can get into ASU---it's obvious. However, if you want to get into the business or engineering school the requirements are a bit tougher but still very easy. For Barrett, the Honors College, expect to have a profile that is similar to those people applying to schools in the top 50. That is, top 5-10% of HS graduating class, ~1800 at least on the SAT and decent community service and leadership experience should make you competitive for Barrett.
Male
Sep 22 2010Art & Design Department
You receive standard score ratings on SATs etc.
Female
Nov 08 2009Other
I did not even submit my SAT scores until 2 months after i received my letter of acceptance.
SAT: 1360 Male
Jan 23 2009Biology
Frankly, ASU is a state school. Unlike other states who have different "tiers" of universities, Arizona's three large schools all have the same admissions standards (not terribly high, to be honest). Out of state admission is somewhat more competitive. I was offered admission to ASU based solely on SAT scores.
SAT: 1300 Male
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