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Drew University

Your Combined ACT:
SAT Math + Verbal:
Your Chances at DU
(on ACT score alone)
Your Chances at DU
(on SAT score alone)
Men
Women
# Applicants
1,532
2,663
# Admitted
1,290
2,237
% Admitted
84.2%
84.0%
% Overall
84.1%
Jul 15 2014Political Science
Fairly easy to get in as long as you try! (No one has ever heard of Drew, it's a hidden gem.)
ACT: 23 SAT: 1730 Female
May 05 2014Economics
I graduated in the top 10% of my HS class, and had solid SAT scores. I also did volunteer work, and directed a few clubs in HS.
Male
Apr 05 2014Chemistry
They'll take anyone. It's not hard. I haven't heard of anyone who applied and didn't get in.
Female
Oct 24 2013Biology
Drew is not a hard school to get into. Drew gives you an option to write an essay or submit SAT/ ACT scores. I wrote the essay and was accepted within two weeks of submitting my application. The application process can be tricky because half is submitted online and the other in the mail. Any college looks for a well-rounded student, not the student with the highest high school GPA. BE YOURSELF!!!
Female
Aug 10 2013Art & Design Department
Drew is easy to get into. If you have a pulse, you will get into Drew.
Female
Feb 24 2013Economics
To get in try to get good grades and be a well-rounded person. Its not because you have to join clubs or anything, but it just lines you up with the school's structure. Seeing things and doing stuff outside of your normal day to day can only help. Good luck.
ACT: 25 SAT: 1850 Male

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