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Villanova University

Your Combined ACT:
SAT Math + Verbal:
Your Chances at VU
(on ACT score alone)
Your Chances at VU
(on SAT score alone)
Men
Women
# Applicants
7,509
7,885
# Admitted
3,324
3,444
% Admitted
44.3%
43.7%
% Overall
44.0%
Feb 15 2014Art & Design Department
I came here as a cross registrant from Rosemont College. I don't have any advice to how to enter as a first-year student.
Female
Apr 26 2013Mechanical Engineering
If you do want to go here make sure that your grades and ECs are strong, Villanova loves ECs. They particularly like volunteer work.
SAT: 1380 Female
Feb 25 2012Other
Good stats. I don't even think they read my essay because I wrote it last minute and swear it could have probably been written as a generic essay by a fifth grader about being a nice person.
Female
Dec 06 2011Civil Engineering
To get in I wrote a good essay and made sure they knew I was a well rounded individual. List activities. Sports. Clubs. etc. Especially if you have a leadership position in something. Also, good SATs don't hurt either.
SAT: 1910 Male
Oct 12 2011Undecided
Community service is a priority at Villanova, so having a service background and activities on your transcript will definitely increase your chances of getting in. Work hard to earn A or B grades and take your SAT/ACT seriously. The number one thing you should do is get involved, find your passion, and show that you are determined to succeed.
ACT: 33 SAT: 1460 Female
Sep 28 2011English
Strong service background. Extracurricular.
SAT: 1790 Female
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