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Wabash College

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Your Chances at Wabash
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Students who got into Wabash:

Tips mention: Interview (0), ACT/SAT (4), Grades (6), Sports/Extracurriculars (4), College Essay (1)
If you are ranked in the top quarter ofAug 05 2010Chemistry
If you are ranked in the top quarter of your class and have 1700 or better SAT scores with a few extracurriculars, you will get into Wabash College.

However, this is no guarantee for academic success at Wabash.
SAT: 2050 Male

Get a good SAT scoreDec 16 2009Economics
Get a good SAT score. Work hard on your high school GPA. Recommendations is important too. Personal statement just needs to be decent because they possibly don't put too much emphasis on your essays however you still should pay close attention to your essays.
Admission is not super competitiveJan 13 2009Economics
Admission is not super competitive. Wabash is a good mixture of smart students and complete morons who seem to only excel at football. You should find it easy to get in if you are a man, have decent HS grades (top 20-50%) and a decent SAT score (>1200). Otherwise, just be very good at some sport. If you're good enough at catching a ball, a coach will convince someone in the admissions office to "take a chance" on you by "believing" in your latent abilities and in Wabash's magical ability to create scholars out of moronic men.
SAT: 1450 Male
Apply for all major scholarships including Lilly leadership andNov 09 2008Philosophy
Apply for all major scholarships including Lilly leadership and Merit.
SAT: 1450 Male
Good grades, played football in high schoolAug 16 2008Chemistry
ACT: 30 Male
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