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Your Combined ACT:
SAT Math + Verbal:
Your Chances at NU
(on ACT score alone)
Your Chances at NU
(on SAT score alone)
# Applicants
# Admitted
% Admitted
% Overall

Study hard and be passionate about something

Nov 20 2013Political Science
ACT: 34 Male

High ACTs! My ACT comp was 35 and I

Sep 13 2013Chemical Engineering
High ACTs! My ACT comp was 35 and I was in the student gov in high school. Show that you're assertive and a gungho kinda person.
ACT: 35 Female

I had very high standardized test scores, good grades

Aug 11 2013Anthropology
I had very high standardized test scores, good grades and challenging courses in high school. I was very involved in hs: captain of baseball team, many club activities, NJ State History Fair winner, band, School newspaper, etc.
SAT: 1403 Male

Make sure to differentiate yourself in your application

Nov 16 2012Industrial Operations Engineering
Make sure to differentiate yourself in your application. They are looking to build a diverse and exceptional student body. The applicant base just gets more competitive every year. Being a girl applying to McCormick doesn't hurt either!
ACT: 31 Female

Work hard having a strong academic background is important,

May 06 2012Industrial Operations Engineering
Work hard having a strong academic background is important, but not everything. They look for a strong interest in the school as well as diverse and multifaceted students.
ACT: 31 Female
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