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The University of Houston

Your Combined ACT:
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SAT Math + Verbal:
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Your Chances at UHouston
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# Applicants
# Admitted
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Students who got into UHouston:

Tips mention: Interview (0), ACT/SAT (34), Grades (34), Sports/Extracurriculars (5), College Essay (5)
When I applied to UH, they didn't really requireNov 23 2013Biology
When I applied to UH, they didn't really require an application essay, and my test scores were higher than the average. The only advice I can offer is that you apply early, and don't underestimate the people who are looking at your application (I know people who got rejected from this school because of that).
Just work hard in highschool it is hard toSep 15 2013Business - Management and Administration
Just work hard in highschool it is hard to get into business school but keep you GPA up and you will be good. I would say keep it above 3.3 out of 4
It's fairly easy to get in, but APPLY FORSep 11 2013Perfomance Arts
It's fairly easy to get in, but APPLY FOR SCHOLARSHIPS. Apply for the Terry and Tier One scholarships...full rides!
ACT: 30 SAT: 2090 Female
Don't go to UHJun 04 2013Psychology
Don't go to UH. Always go to Community College first for your core curriculum. IT is cheaper and the same at every university. Check transfer credit arrangements.= Best advice you will ever receive that no one told me!
Automatic:Apr 15 2013Civil Engineering
Top 15% until Dec. 1, Top 10% until April 1
-SAT/ACT Scores Important
-GPA/Grades Important
-Future: Extra Curricular Important

*Essentially-being an average student is good enough. The better your profile-the more scholarships.

SAT-1800 highest 1770 highest in one sitting
AP-3 4's, 5 3's, 2 2's, 1 1
SAT Subject- 630 Math 1, 650 Math 2, 590 World History
ACT-26 Composite, 31 Math

800+ hrs of community service
Founder & President of School's Habitat for Humanity (3 yrs)
President Spanish Club (2 yrs)
Treasurer of Spanish National Honors Society (1 yr)
Vice President (HOSA)
Member (Mu Alpha Theta, National Honor Society, President's Council, Model UN, etc...)
Work: Tutoring Center (1 yr), Internship (1 yr)
Awards: Several Academic Awards
ACT: 26 Male

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