Early Action is awarded to exceptional candidates with outstanding high school records and correspondingly high SAT and/or ACT scores. Students admitted to the Class of 2021 under Early Action were generally ranked in the first decile of their class and/or had a middle 50 percent GPA range of 3.91-4.35 on 4.00 weighted scale. The middle 50 percent of these admitted Early Action candidates old SAT scores ranged from 1350-1460/1600 (concorded to the new scale would be 1410-1500/1600) or an ACT from 31-33.
- For Early Action, the completed application must be received no later than November 1 of the senior year.
- If you think that your senior year grades and testing results would enhance your candidacy, you may want to consider applying Regular Decision with a January 15 deadline.
- SATs and/or ACTs cannot be taken after October of the senior year for consideration for any program with a November 1 deadline.
- Applicants may be denied admission after Early Action review. Candidates who receive a deferral decision will be considered under the provision of Regular Decision and notified in late March and will ultimately receive a decision of being admitted, waitlisted, or denied.
All candidates will be notified of their admission decision by December 20 on-line through their Applicant Status Page.