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Haverford College

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SAT Math + Verbal:
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Your Chances at Haverford
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Your Chances at Haverford
(on SAT score alone)
Men
Women
# Applicants
1,657
1,928
# Admitted
376
466
% Admitted
22.7%
24.2%
% Overall
23.5%

Students who got into Haverford:

Tips mention: Interview (4), ACT/SAT (7), Grades (5), Sports/Extracurriculars (3), College Essay (4)
Haverford looks for the well rounded student with anAug 09 2018Math
Haverford looks for the well rounded student with an average SAT of 1490 ( 2290 old scale)
Female
Take all the AP courses your school offersNov 10 2015Math
ACT: 35 SAT: 2300 Male
I think my first generation college student status reallySep 18 2015Archaeology
I think my first generation college student status really helped, as I was below 25th percentile in SAT and GPA.

Act like you actually have something important to contribute in your essays and interviews. I think they really like that.
SAT: 1310 Male

Between ages 14-18 while in high school take theSep 08 2015Math
Between ages 14-18 while in high school take the most challenging courses that your school offers.
Male
National AP Scholar with 12 AP coursesJul 14 2015Philosophy
National AP Scholar with 12 AP courses. Average score 4.9
Elect your schools highest level courses.
Most top schools look for student that are outstanding in a particular area, whereas Haverford College looks for students that have a strong well rounded foundation to build on. Very few high school grads are well educated in a general sense ( crital thinking, writing etc.)
Regardless of the major, all Haverford students receive an excellent education second to none.
ACT: 35 SAT: 2310 Female
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