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The University of Connecticut

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Your Chances at UCONN
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Your Chances at UCONN
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# Applicants
# Admitted
% Admitted
% Overall

My SAT scores were ok, but not AMAZING like

Dec 23 2014PreMed and Medical
My SAT scores were ok, but not AMAZING like most people I have met at UConn. I had a total of 1740 I think, but my GPA was very good. I was second in my class and had a 3.9 Gpa. I received a lot of awards for volunteering and helping my community. I took college classes (3 every semester) starting my junior year at a local University in Hartford. Just make sure that you have a very good GPA, get involved in extra curriculum activities, and have acceptable SAT scores.
SAT: 1840 Female

Community college

Nov 02 2014Communications
Community college. Hartfor branch. Then storrs
SAT: 900 Female

Its getting harder every year

May 04 2014Chemical Engineering
Its getting harder every year. get your extra circulars in line and write a KICK ASS essay

Apply early- like October/November early

Apr 14 2014Biology
ACT: 34 SAT: 2110 Female

I went to Penn State University first, but seeing

Mar 12 2014Finance
I went to Penn State University first, but seeing as I am from Connecticut the price of UConn was better and I transferred after my freshman year, regrettably. I say you get involved right away because you can have a really good social life here. If it weren't for the people I have met since transferring I probably would have left again.
SAT: 2100 Female

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