How do I transfer to University of Minnesota?
Transfer applicants are considered for admission based on an individual review of their applications by the college to which they are applying. In general, transfer applicants must have completed (or be completing) at least 26 semester credits at the time of application.
How hard is it to transfer to University of Minnesota?
The school accepted 3344 students. Therefore, the transfer acceptance rate for University of Minnesota-Twin Cities is 46.0%. This indicates how hard it is to transfer into University of Minnesota-Twin Cities.
How long does it take to hear back from University of Minnesota?
After You Apply Within two weeks of submitting an application, students will receive an acknowledgement that their application was received. Within four weeks, students will be notified if any items are missing (self-reported grades, test scores, application fee, etc.).
What is the average SAT score for University of Minnesota?
Reading and Writing 620-710, Math 650-770 (2018–19)
What do you need to get into the U of M?
University of Minnesota admissions is selective with an acceptance rate of 52%. Students that get into University of Minnesota have an average SAT score between 1270-1480 or an average ACT score of 26-31. The regular admissions application deadline for University of Minnesota is January 1.
What ACT score is needed for U of Minnesota?
Biological SciencesLiberal ArtsHigh School Rank (if provided) – Range of the Middle 50 Percentile of Admitted Freshmen89 – 98%74 – 94%*ACT CompositeACT Composite Score28 – 3325 – 31*SAT Total2 •
Does U of M look at weighted GPA?
We do not use a weighted GPA scale in our evaluation process. We will convert all students’ GPA to an unweighted 4.0 scale using all classes in 9th through 11th grades, and we use only the absolute value of the grade in the recalculation process (A+ or A or A- = 4.0).