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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%

Students who got into WJC:

Tips mention: Interview (1), ACT/SAT (3), Grades (3), Sports/Extracurriculars (0), College Essay (0)
Nothing, I did nothing to get inJan 21 2015Unknown
Nothing, I did nothing to get in. They let practically anyone in because their student body is fading away, it's at an all time low, my high school was bigger, and honestly more fun . The school won't be around much longer, they're close to bankruptcy.
SAT: 1850 Male
W&J has higher standards than most colleges, but they'reMay 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
GO GO GO for an interviewOct 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
It's easy don't worry about itSep 29 2010Undecided
SAT: 1850 Female
W&J doesn't require SAT scores anymoreAug 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

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