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Middle Tennessee State University

Your Combined ACT:
SAT Math + Verbal:
Your Chances at MTSU
(on ACT score alone)
Your Chances at MTSU
(on SAT score alone)
Men
Women
# Applicants
5,096
5,718
# Admitted
3,441
4,159
% Admitted
67.5%
72.7%
% Overall
70.3%
Sep 03 2013Physical Therapy/Exercise Science
I was a transfer student and I applied late but I still got in. MTSU accepts pretty much anyone.
ACT: 23 Female
Jan 11 2013Nursing
I had a 3.7 GPA. 23 ACT. Full Ride Scholarship through the school. Just keep high school grades above a B. Also a couple good recommendations will work.
ACT: 23 Female
Dec 08 2012Language - French/Spanish/etc.
this place takes pretty much anyone apparently. i thought i would do well here by comparison and so far, i was right.
ACT: 25 Female
Nov 30 2012Other
Not difficult to get in. at all.
Male
Jul 07 2012Communications
If yoou want to go here I suggest you stay consistent on checking your admission status and what not. It's not a hard school to get into at all. Just have at least an 18 on your ACT and all of your high school credits and there shouldnt be a problem.
ACT: 27 Male
Dec 15 2011Music Education
I came here because of the scholarship money, but am leaving for a school more academically oriented. This is a joke. The black "students" brag about getting paid to come here and treat all others like shit.I am Asian and get hit on all of the time by the black men and some of the women.if you refuse their advances, they threaten you. My boyfriend got a gun pulled on him for protecting me.
ACT: 25 SAT: 1360 Female

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