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Baylor University

Your Combined ACT:
SAT Math + Verbal:
Your Chances at BU
(on ACT score alone)
Your Chances at BU
(on SAT score alone)
Men
Women
# Applicants
16,019
22,941
# Admitted
6,361
9,090
% Admitted
39.7%
39.6%
% Overall
39.7%
Oct 12 2014Political Science
Private high school, 3.8? Strong SATs. 4X Letters in Lacrosse, team captain, 2X letters in Football, Co captain senior year, 4X Letters Ice Hockey, Captain.

NHS, Prefect, Hunting Club

SAT: 2000 Male
Jun 19 2013Biology
Have a sufficient GPA, SAT, and ACT score. With Baylor's exorbitant cost, it also helps a lot to have good enough scores to obtain university merit scholarships. Be sure to put time into the essays and answer them truthfully. Sic em.
ACT: 29 SAT: 1870 Female
Dec 26 2012Communications
I was very bright in Highschool, honours and lot's of school involvement. I auditioned as a music student (vocal) and got a full ride. Your grades, your essays, and you involvement in highschool are very important. Financial aid at Baylor is NOT awesome, but if you are bright (very bright) you will get paid well, OR if you are an athlete ( expect to stay five years).
Visit the university, meet some of your potential professors, figure out who is on the board of admissions and shmooze a little. If you find people to fight for you, youwill end up with more money,and a much higher chance of getting in. Private universities can do whatever they want it would seem, especially when it comes to admissions. The bottom line for Baylor- If you try hard,3.5 GPA in HS, and are a member of 1 club.. you will get in. Good luck!
Female
Apr 06 2012Art & Design Department
Get involved and make yourself standout!
ACT: 35 SAT: 2300 Male
Apr 05 2012Undecided
Study hard, have good grades, write a good essay, and visit the campus.
ACT: 28 SAT: 1900 Male
Apr 03 2012Athletics/Training
extra curricular and good grades
ACT: 35 SAT: 2300 Female
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