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Loyola University Chicago

Your Combined ACT:
SAT Math + Verbal:
Your Chances at LYU
(on ACT score alone)
Your Chances at LYU
(on SAT score alone)
Men
Women
# Applicants
5,777
12,051
# Admitted
3,076
6,717
% Admitted
53.2%
55.7%
% Overall
54.9%
Aug 27 2014Political Science
Not too hard to get in, but seriously, don't apply. I can't stress this enough.
ACT: 27 Male
Jul 23 2013Psychology
Get decent grades, a decent ACT/SAT score and take a few AP classes. It is getting harder to get into now. Where the average ACT score to get in a few years ago was around a 24, it is now closer to a 26. The average student accepted also has a high school GPA of around 3.6. However, I would avoid going here and go somewhere else.
Female
May 06 2013Journalism
Loyola is a tough school; You will not be accepted with mediocre grades. I had a 3.7 in high school and a 27 on my ACT. Study hard and good luck!!
ACT: 28 Female
Apr 20 2012Political Science
When I applied to Loyola I used the "Fast Track" application meaning they had indicators of my scholastic acheivement, and wanted to expedite my admissions process. As a result they offered the most financial aid, which surprised me because they are a private school.

Getting in is easy staying there is hard because of the negative qualities of the university.

ACT: 29 Male
Apr 16 2012Nursing
Getting in was a little too easy.
ACT: 27 Female
Apr 16 2012Business - Management and Administration
Transfered as international student with no problem. Looks like the school is acepting everyone who wants to go in.
Female

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