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The Stevens Institute of Technology

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Your Combined ACT:
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Your Chances at Stevens
(on ACT score alone)
Your Chances at Stevens
(on SAT score alone)
Men
Women
# Applicants
3,565
1,412
# Admitted
1,256
643
% Admitted
35.2%
45.5%
% Overall
38.2%

Students who got into Stevens:

Tips mention: Interview (8), ACT/SAT (10), Grades (11), Sports/Extracurriculars (6), College Essay (0)
Interview is a mustAug 21 2014Electrical Engineering
Interview is a must. High grades and SAT scores are nice, but they heavily consider the interview. A friend of mine was rejected from TCNJ based on her SAT scores, but accepted here so go figure haha!
ACT: 31 SAT: 1960 Female
Get goodDec 26 2011Chemical Engineering
Get good grades. Don't sweat the admissions interview. Also, negotiate the amount of money they are giving you...once you recieve the reward letter. Also, Good Luck. I don't regret coming to Stevens. Just don't forget the importance of school..make sure you get above a 3.0 gpa every semester..so you can have a good chance of applying to grad school/or getting a job once you graduate. Best of luck !!
Female
I had a 3May 16 2009Computer Engineering
I had a 3.8 GPA in high school and scored an 1100 (out of 1600) on my SATs.

Stevens is usually pretty flexible about high school grades, and they interview borderline applicants before extending offers. If asked to join the STEP program, DO IT. It's fun.
Male

If you're stupid, please don't come here, although youJan 06 2007Engineering Department
If you're stupid, please don't come here, although you still have a good chance of getting in. I don't know how much it takes to get in here. Take math and science classes all 4 years. Do decent on SATs. Have above a 3.5 gpa. Interview is almost required.
SAT: 1410 Male
- I got a 4Feb 04 2006Computer Engineering
- I got a 4.0 GPA weighted, 3.7 unweighted in high school.
- I was in the top 15%.
- I was in Debate for three years, one of them being Asst. Capt.
- I played a bit of baseball and a lot of Bowling
- I was in the Chemistry Olympiads (didn't do well)
- Took 4 AP classes and 2 AP tests.
- Got an 1100 on SAT.

I would recommend that you (at least)
- Get a 3.5 or higher GPA
- Rank well in your high school scale (15% is good, 10% is guaranteed with scholarship)
- Get higher than a 1800 on the SAT.
- Take APs so you can get into the good stuff earlier (Calculus BC or AB, Physics AB, Chemistry are good starts)
- Do something constructive.
- Be open-minded and present yourself well during your interview (if called for one).
SAT: 1100 Male

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