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Gallaudet University

Your Combined ACT:
SAT Math + Verbal:
Your Chances at GU
(on ACT score alone)
Your Chances at GU
(on SAT score alone)
Men
Women
# Applicants
199
214
# Admitted
147
137
% Admitted
73.9%
64.0%
% Overall
68.8%
Dec 15 2014Biology
I recommend you go NTID RIT or somewhere else
Female
Apr 12 2014Unknown
Gallaudet is way too easy for students to get in. Even there is an international student that doesn't know any English at all at Gallaudet. Sounds like Gallaudet just wanted more money so they accepted many applications.
Male
Apr 23 2010English
I had a bad ACT score at first and Gallaudet was telling me that they suggest for me to take the test again before being accepted to Gallaudet. And so I did. I had a lot of contact through the Gallaudet staff and it was a great communication. Then I heard I was accepted a month before it was time to go to Gallaudet, and I was thrilled! But now that I hear we have a new President for Gallaudet, there's a policy for having an ACT score of 17 to enroll into Gallaudet, that's great! :)
ACT: 15 Female
Apr 15 2008Chemistry
if you are alive and breathing, you are in.
Male
Apr 09 2008Criminal
stay away from gallaudet. go to somewhere.
Female
Jun 23 2007Design Arts - Industrial Design/Graphic Design/etc
If you want to get into this school, go ahead. There is nothing much to do. I mean gallaudet pretty much accepts anyone who's deaf. They even accept people with low SAT scores, such as 230. Some students have been accepted without ever applying or taken their SAT/ACT.

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