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What grades do I need to get into Princeton?
The average GPA at Princeton is 3.9. With a GPA of 3.9, Princeton 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.
What grades do you need to get into Princeton?
Applicants require exceptionally good grades to get into Princeton. The average high school GPA of the admitted freshman class at Princeton University was 3.87 on the 4.0 scale indicating that primarily A- students are accepted and ultimately attend. The school ranks #1 in New Jersey for highest average GPA.
Are Princeton students smart?
Most students at Princeton University are smart because Princeton can require high GPA and SAT scores of most entering freshmen. The exceptions are those chosen as ‘exceptions’ because of diversity or other (similar) reasons.
What makes Princeton stand out?
The reasons are varied. They range from Princeton’s focus on undergraduates and the opportunities it offers for undergraduate research, to its very generous financial aid package and the quality of its academics. To follow their ruminations on other topics, visit the Office of Admission blog “Speaking of Princeton.”
What type of students go to Princeton?
most princeton students are from either the east or the west coast. students on campus are not very politically active and the campus is very conservative. Certain groups tend to self-segregate which is sad, but there is definitely the opportunity to be part of a mixed group. Diverse.
Why is Princeton so good?
A top-of-line academic experience doesn’t come at the expense of a social life at Princeton — the school earned an A+ student life rating from Niche. It received especially high marks for its beautiful campus and diverse student body, but Niche found that the school was also very safe and offered a robust party scene.
What do you call a Harvard student?
The most common term for a Harvard student is “Harvardian” or “’Vardian.” You will (as others have already said) also hear us referred to as “Cantabs,” after the Latin word for the city where Harvard is located, Cambridge (“Cantabrigia”), Mass.