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Temple University

Temple says:
Temple has rolling admissions. We begin making freshman decisions in December and send letters 4-6 weeks after that point. Our admissions process is holistic; we consider every aspect of the student's academic history. Typically, we accept students with a B average or better in a strong, college-prep curriculum in Grades 9-12 and in the top 40% of their graduating class. Our average SAT score is 1090. Students who apply are automatically considered for merit-based scholarships and Honors.
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Your Chances at Temple
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Your Chances at Temple
(on SAT score alone)
Men
Women
# Applicants
8,314
10,499
# Admitted
5,261
6,755
% Admitted
63.3%
64.3%
% Overall
63.9%

Students who got into Temple:

Tips mention: Interview (0), ACT/SAT (19), Grades (36), Sports/Extracurriculars (8), College Essay (13)
GPA above 3Dec 17 2016Unknown
GPA above 3.0 will most likely get you in. I had a 3.9 and a 1760 SAT.
SAT: 1150 Male
I was prepared with a high GPA from mySep 19 2016Other
I was prepared with a high GPA from my high school (3.8) and materials for the specific department that I was accepted into.
Female
Barely anythingAug 27 2016Economics
Barely anything. They are a diploma mill. They just want your money.

Japanese people I talked to in Japan laugh at Temple. It's not a good school.

PLEASE DON'T GO HERE! YOU WILL REGRET IT!
Male

When I applied as a transfer, I got acceptedJul 30 2015Finance
When I applied as a transfer, I got accepted two weeks later once I submitted all of my materials. All I needed to submit was my college and high school transcripts. (I didn't need my SAT scores). As far as my transfer credits went, everything transferred, except for one class. However, if you get the syllabus from the class and submit it to your college for review, you can appeal the class. For me atleast, it worked out and I'm on track to still graduate on time. If you're transferring from another college, you definitely need a strong GPA (esp. for Fox) because spots are very limited. Roughly 40% of the applicants who applied to transfer into Fox were accepted the year I transferred in.
SAT: 1800 Female
Don't go here unless you want to get Raped!Apr 29 2015Unknown
Female
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