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Tips mention: Interview (1), ACT/SAT (19), Grades (35), Sports/Extracurriculars (11), College Essay (6)
I had a 27 ACT and 1170 SAT (iOct 21 2010Political Science
I had a 27 ACT and 1170 SAT (i also took the sat again they just didn't get my scores)

If you are in-state you'll find that EVERYBODY applies here, so its best to apply early as possible.

I obviously cannot tell you what they take into consideration, but my weighted gpa (according to their weighting) is 3.4. i have a feeling my act score got me in (i applied for summer) and I was borderline so they might have checked my essay and such.
ACT: 27 Female

It's not as hard as one may think to get into UCFSep 24 2010Biology
It's not as hard as one may think to get into UCF. Yes, they are competitive, but all universities are. Overall, if you show that you've done at least a couple extracurriculars or getting involved in your community through volunteering, then you are a shoe in. You have to show that you can commit to doing something. Grades are important, but as long as you're well rounded, like I said, you'll get in.
SAT: 1150 Female
By the time I graduated high school, I graduatedJul 02 2010Political Science
By the time I graduated high school, I graduated within the top 5% of my class, had an unweighted GPA of 3.7 and a weighted GPA of 4.5. I took all honors classes, only one AP class, and spent my senior year dual-enrolled at the local community college for a total of 18 credit hours. I was told by my guidance counselor that I had a slim shot of getting in with my lack of AP courses, but needless to say, I did get in.

At first when I applied, I only had an 1100 for my SAT's. I got in with that score, but didn't receive any scholarships. I didn't respond to my acceptance, and retook my SAT's. Within a few days of getting my new score of a 1200, UCF sent me a letter offering a $5,300 scholarship.

My advice? Keep taking the SAT if you aren't happy with your scores. My first score was a 1040, and my last was a 1200. That makes the world of difference. Keep your GPA high, take challenging courses, and try your best on the SAT. Friends of mine that were active in school activities got far more generous scholarships so keep that in mind too!
SAT: 1200 Female

I studied at a community college and attained anJun 22 2010School of Information
I studied at a community college and attained an AA and AS in order to transfer.


If you can afford it-----Devry--but it is rediculous expensive--great program
I personally am waiting for a community college to offer a 4 year degree in Networking Systems--then I will go back

Pretty easy to get inMar 25 2010Unknown
pretty easy to get in..could be a safety school.
ACT: 26 Female
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