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The University of Central Florida

Your Combined ACT:
SAT Math + Verbal:
Your Chances at UCF
(on ACT score alone)
Your Chances at UCF
(on SAT score alone)
Men
Women
# Applicants
14,599
19,369
# Admitted
6,713
8,590
% Admitted
46.0%
44.3%
% Overall
45.1%
Dec 18 2014Unknown
I'm an International student so it was different for me.
Male
Nov 21 2014Communications
Go to an associated community college for the first 2 years, it will save you $ and you will get in.
Male
Mar 25 2014Other
Extremly easy to get in. specially if youre a transfer student. If youre going as a freshman they'll tell you all this crap about how high the gpa scores from accepted students are but I met people who got in with a 2.7 gpa in high school with average sat scores.
Female
Feb 07 2014Other
Transferred in from another university, regretting it after a year being here. Also heard easier transferring in after getting a A.A. at a Community college.
Male
Sep 11 2013PreMed and Medical
I believe the current statistics for UCF's acceptance of high school seniors are SAT scores at the same level as UF typically requires, and a 3.85 mean GPA (which I think is higer than a lot of schools nationwide.) If you screwed off in high school as a freshman or just didn't start reallying trying until after your GPA was shot to crap, go the community college for 2 years route. However BE PREPARED FOR AN ACADEMIC SHOCK IF YOU TRANSFER FROM A 2 YEAR COLLEGE - WHAT WOULD MAKE YOU AN A STUDENT AT VALENCIA WILL MAKE YOU A C STUDENT AT UCF. MUCH HARDER, EVEN THE EXACT SAME CLASSES. If you can go to UCF as a freshman right out of high school, I would strongly STRONGLY recommend it! You want to learn how to study and prepare at a university level and not get your butt kicked like I did coming in as a junior with an AA degree.
Female
Aug 31 2013Economics
I received an A.A. of Liberal Arts, so I basically could of got into an of the Florida universities. I tell everyone to do this because it is the most economical choice. There is no reason to spend more than your have to in this economy.
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