How do you know if you got into NC State?

How do you know if you got into NC State?

Check Your Email Two weeks after you submit your application to NC State, you will receive an email with credentials to log in to wolfPAW, your applicant portal. We encourage you to check your email often, as we may email you about additional items needed to complete your application.

When should I hear back from NC State?

Students who submit and complete their application on time can expect to receive a decision in mid-April.

What is the minimum GPA for NC State?

Score at least a 1260 on the SAT or 85 on the ACT. Maintain a GPA of at least a 3.76.

What is the average ACT score for NC State?

27-32 (2019–20)North Carolina State University / Typical ACT scores

Does NC State want letters of recommendation?

We do not require, or recommend, letters of recommendation. Counselors have up to two weeks following the October 15th deadline to submit a student’s transcript and any additional application materials such as the School Report.

What GPA do you need for Chapel Hill?

With a GPA of 4.39, UNC requires you to be at the top of your class. You’ll need nearly straight A’s in all your classes to compete with other applicants. You should also have taken plenty of AP or IB classes to show your ability to excel in academic challenge.

Can I get into NC State with a 3.8 GPA?

Average GPA: 3.8 With a GPA of 3.8, NCSU requires you to be near the top of your class, and well above average. Your transcript should show mostly A’s. If your GPA is at or below the school average of 3.8, you’ll need a higher SAT or ACT score to compensate.

Is NC State test blind?

Although test scores are not required, if you think your scores enhance your overall academic performance and you opt to submit them, feel free to self-report them on your application to be considered in the admission review process. We will not accept standardized test scores on your high school transcript.

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