What are the chances that University of Florida will take a transfer student from George Washington University?

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Not bad. Of course, it depends on your academics, personal, history of activities at GWU, and which UF program you have in mind.

According to its Noodle profile, George Washington University is fairly selective. It has an overall selectivity score of 76/100. Of 21,591 applications, 33.0% were accepted. 99% of students graduated in the top half of their class, 86% of students graduated in the top quarter of their class, and 57% of students graduated in the top tenth of their class. The ACT scores for the middle half of the incoming freshman class were as follows:

  • Composite: 27-31
  • English: 27-33
  • Math: 26-31
  • Writing: 8-9

The SAT scores for the middle half of the incoming freshman class were as follows:

  • Math: 600-700
  • Reading: 600-690
  • Writing: 610-700

The University of Florida is also fairly selective, according to its Noodle profile. It has an overall selectivity score of 75/100. Of 27,419 applications, 44.1% were accepted. The ACT scores for the middle half of the incoming freshman class were as follows:

  • Composite: 26-31
  • English: 25-31
  • Math: 25-31
  • Writing: 8-9

The SAT scores for the middle half of the incoming freshman class were as follows:

  • Math: 590-690
  • Reading: 580-670
  • Writing: 570-670

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