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Scores for US Universities?

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Im a 2010 IB Student and I would like to know how many points i have to score to get into a university like U Penn. Taking into consideration that i am in the tennis and soccer team of my school, the mun club and that i also play basketball for a club outside school. Plus, i am fluent in 3 languages.

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[quote name='IBStuck' post='28556' date='Nov 17 2008, 05:08 PM']most top school want 6s and 7s for everything. are you an international student that wants to come to the US?[/quote]


Yes I'm from Greece.

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top US unis will look for top scores. if you go through the university section here you will see different score listed off. let me see if i can find the acceptance pagefor you from last year so you can see what people got. i go to a smaller US uni so my score didn't have to be spectacular,but if have other questions about US unis feel free to ask. :P

[url="http://www.ibsurvival.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=1145&st=0&start=0"]http://www.ibsurvival.com/forum/index.php?...t=0&start=0[/url] (this shows the total point and not the break downs) Edited by IBStuck

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Schools like Harvard want 7,7,7 at HL (predicted)

As long as you do well in grades 9, 10, 11 and 12 (where 11 and 12 are your IB years), then you should be fine even if your final grade is rather low in comparison. I would say that SAT scores are more important than final IB grades.

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you SAT I and II will be just as important as if not more that is true. but once a school has accepted you that doesn't mean that they won't take it away. they have done that before. so make sure that they are both top sets of scores.

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