| UM says: |
does not have any 'minimum' requirements for admission. We consider
every student's application individually and make decisions accordingly. However, once
students fall below an 1160-1340 SAT or 26-30 ACT, and/or
below an unweighted 3.0 GPA it can be very problematic
for students. Last year for the Fall 2003 entering freshman
class-all students had been in the top 50% of their
high school class, 62% had been in the top 10%,
the middle 50% of students had between an 1160-1340 SAT
or 26-30 ACT, and had an average weighted GPA of
|Students who got into UM say:|
Essay (10) |
| | I didn't think it was very difficult to get in or to get a scholarship. It appears to mostly be based on SAT scores. I also took all AP or dual enrollment classes junior and senior year, so that probably helped.
Find another university the International Admission Department is not capable to her job.
| PreLaw and Legal|
| Aug 30 2011 | Get decent grades and do well on standardized tests for a start. Also, try and win any awards you can no matter if it's bowling or poetry (UM likes that) and join clubs Just have really good test scores and if you don't - be at the very top of your class. I had "average" SAT scores compared to kids here but I received the 3rd highest scholarship because of my rank (valedictorian).