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Washington & Jefferson College

Men
Women
# Applicants
2,954
3,689
# Admitted
1,287
1,568
% Admitted
43.6%
42.5%
% Overall
43.0%
May 25 2012English
W&J has higher standards than most colleges, but they're not insanely picky. Have decent SAT scores, join lots of clubs, and write a good cover letter.
Female
Oct 10 2011English
GO GO GO for an interview. W&J cares very little about SAT scores and grades compared to knowing their future students personally. Email professors who are in your field, schedule a campus visit-- do ALL of these things so the college knows your name.
Female
Sep 29 2010Undecided
It's easy; don't worry about it.
SAT: 1850 Female
Aug 06 2010Psychology
W&J doesn't require SAT scores anymore. They look for well rounded people with above average high school grades. I really don't feel like it is too difficult to get into this school if you
SAT: 1240 Female
Aug 16 2005Biology
Keep your grades up, prepare for the SATs, and be well rounded as an individual.
SAT: 1351 Male

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