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North Carolina State University - Raleigh

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Your Chances at NCSU-Raleigh
(on ACT score alone)
Your Chances at NCSU-Raleigh
(on SAT score alone)
Men
Women
# Applicants
10,837
9,863
# Admitted
5,322
5,031
% Admitted
49.1%
51.0%
% Overall
50.0%

Students who got into NCSU-Raleigh:

Tips mention: Interview (1), ACT/SAT (11), Grades (24), Sports/Extracurriculars (6), College Essay (4)
Easy to get in from out of state theyJan 25 2015Business - Management and Administration
Easy to get in from out of state they want your tuition dollars.
ACT: 27 Male
It isn't that difficult to get into NC State,Aug 31 2014Business - Management and Administration
It isn't that difficult to get into NC State, but it seems to be more so for out-of-state students. I took several AP courses and had good scores on those exams, receiving credit for AP Calculus, AP Eng Lit and Lang, and AP Biology, and I finished in the top 10% of my class in Fairfax, Va, but I I only had an 1880 on the SAT (I'm just not a strong standardized test taker). I did not get into UNC or UVA, which were my first choices, but it all worked out as UNC admitted me to their MBA program, and I love it here. I would suggest if you are a small-town NC kid, NCSU is a wonderful school and is very open to admitting you. Most of my suite mates were mediocre students from small NC towns or transfers from community colleges, so I would say unless you are trying to get in the Engineering school, just maintain a decent GPA and a reasonable SAT/ACT and you will definitely get into State.
Female
I had a good SAT score and good gradesJan 22 2014Communications
I had a good SAT score and good grades. I got in to the University Scholars program. I teach high school now, and I see that it is harder and harder each year to get in. So my advice is to keep your grades up and prepare for the SAT and ACT. In reality, extra curriculars and recommendations letters and all of that aren't worth all that much. It's all about the numbers for pretty much all schools. They want to know that you will be successful in their institution, and grades and test scores are what shows that.
Female
Have good a good GPA and do some extraDec 18 2013Computer Engineering
Have good a good GPA and do some extra curricular activities to create a balanced outlook. Then you need a decent SAT score to get accepted. It's not very difficult to get accepted.
SAT: 2100 Female
I did well in high school and on the SATDec 09 2013Aerospace Engineering
I did well in high school and on the SAT. I am now going to NC State on a full ride scholarship.
SAT: 2120 Female
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