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The University of Texas El Paso

Your Combined ACT:
SAT Math + Verbal:
Your Chances at UTEP
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Your Chances at UTEP
(on SAT score alone)
# Applicants
# Admitted
% Admitted
% Overall
Students who got into UTEP:

Tips mention: Interview (0), ACT/SAT (1), Grades (1), Sports/Extracurriculars (1), College Essay (1)

Dec 14 2014Communications
It's incredible easy to get in, don't worry about it.
ACT: 26 Female
Nov 26 2013Philosophy
UTEP has a nearly 100% admit rate. You don't have to do much to get in.
Aug 13 2013PreMed and Medical
Nothing. I applied to play football. Just go to class while youre in high school.
ACT: 26 SAT: 1600 Male
Feb 09 2013Chemistry
Just graduate high school and apply. For many El Pasoans, UTEP is all there is when considering a higher education beyond community college.
Oct 14 2012Electrical Engineering
To get into UTEP all you need to do is graduate high school... sooooo with that said. I say about 80% of the campus is students that can barely do a lick of math and can barely read. Most can't write a complete sentence in english. The university caters to the mexican population as 99% of the university is mexican students and staff. Beware extreme college cost for mediocre at best education.
Nov 04 2011Civil Engineering
I got here on scholarship, but I know that the University isnt that hard to get into. Which if you ask me is how it should be. It gives more people an oppertunity to suceed in life no matter your background or experience in highschool. Just keep working hard and never forget your goals.
SAT: 1780 Male

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