Liberty University GPA, SAT and ACT Data

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Liberty University GPA, SAT and ACT Graph

Liberty University GPA, SAT and ACT Data for Admission
Liberty University GPA, SAT Scores and ACT Scores for Admission. Data courtesy of Cappex.

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Discussion of Liberty University's Admissions Standards:

In 2015, Liberty University had an acceptance rate of just 22%, but this doesn't mean that the school is highly selective, The low admit rate speaks more to the number of applicants than the academic performance of the applicants. In the scattergram above shows, the blue and green dots represent accepted students, and you can see that admitted students come to Liberty with a wide range of high school grades and standardized test scores. While the majority of admitted students are up in the "B+" or "A" range, a significant number had lower grades. SAT scores tend to be 1000 or higher (RW+M) and composite ACT scores are typically 20 or higher. Lower scores, however, will not preclude you from admission.

You can see that there are a few red (rejected) and yellow (waitlisted) data points throughout the graph. Students who fail to complete their applications (including the essay) or haven't completed a sufficient college preparatory curriculum in high school might be rejected. Also, international applicants need to achieve specific scores on an English language exam to be admitted.

While Liberty does not have specific course requirements for admission, the university recommends students complete a college preparatory curriculum that includes four units of English, two to three units of math, and two units of laboratory science, foreign language, and social science.

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