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The University of Pennsylvania

Your Combined ACT:
SAT Math + Verbal:
Your Chances at UPENN
(on ACT score alone)
Your Chances at UPENN
(on SAT score alone)
# Applicants
# Admitted
% Admitted
% Overall

Students who got into UPENN:

Tips mention: Interview (7), ACT/SAT (24), Grades (29), Sports/Extracurriculars (17), College Essay (23)
Worked very hard and received top grades and testApr 10 2015Economics
Worked very hard and received top grades and test scores.
SAT: 2380 Female
I worked really hard in high school and wasJan 07 2015Economics
I worked really hard in high school and was at the top of a large class. I had many activities and excelled in each. I had top scores on standardized tests. These are the qualifications you need to be accepted to Penn.
SAT: 2360 Female
Work unbelievably hardJan 06 2015Political Science
Work unbelievably hard. Take all the APs you can. Learn about Philadelphia.
SAT: 2240 Male
I think the most important thing is your "WhyJun 01 2013Physics
I think the most important thing is your "Why Penn?" essay. Just produce some garbage about the spirit of the university or something and make it sound all buttery and you should be in no problem (assuming you have good stats).
The essays are the most important thing work onMay 30 2013Economics
The essays are the most important thing; work on them, work hard, but be honest and true to yourself. I learnt more about myself writing it than in two years of IB.
SAT: 1570 Male
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