Note, though, that these GPAs probably weren’t that much lower than 3.95.
The middle 50% of admitted students had between a 3.95 and a 4.20.
This means that 25% of admitted students had a GPA average of less than 3.95.
If you are applying to schools other than UGA though, make sure that none of them require the essay before foregoing it altogether!
“For the academic-based early admission application, UGA doesn’t look at anything like essays, recommendations, or extracurriculars, unless you are deferred, in which case you will be asked to submit Part Two with this supplemental information.
GPA is also important in UGA admissions, though the office definitely takes other factors into consideration. She has a Bachelor of Arts from Brown University, an MA from the Université de Paris VII, and a Ph D from University College London.
She has taught test preparation and consulted on admissions practices for over eight years.who have not withdrawn their applications" post 5/1.If I don't "know" you are going elsewhere, I am still free to contact you (w/ minor limitations). pic.twitter.com/Ezhq NYJga H 4) Don't wait until the last minute to write your essays. Write your essays on your own, let someone else read them for spelling/grammar errors and "voice", then hit submit.You don’t have to be from Georgia either; 134 international students, as well as students from 49 different states are represented in the class of 2023. In fact, they note on their website that they won’t look at these scores even if you submit them.(It’s more expensive without the great in-state tuition, but still less expensive than many private schools.) This can be a little tricky: basically, there’s one main UGA location (that’s in Athens), but there are numerous campuses depending on what you’re looking for, what you’re studying, and what degree you’re pursuing. Don’t worry if you submitted them—it won’t hurt your chances, they just won’t be taken into account.Instead, work on improving your test scores, getting great letters of recommendation, and writing a stellar essay. 99% of students admitted in 2018 took at least one advanced course in high school, whether that’s an AP, IB, or Dual Enrollment class—and the average student came in with 20 hours of college credit.Out of the students admitted, more than 9,200 had a GPA of 4.0 or higher.Currently, Rachel divides her time between the US and London.Follow Rachel on Twitter, or learn more about her writing here!Make sure a majority of the essay gives us more insight on who you are.Rough guide-70% about you, 30% about the mission trip/big event/game/activity/etc.