How hard is it to get into Peabody Vanderbilt?

How hard is it to get into Peabody Vanderbilt?

Vanderbilt says there are no minimum GPA or test scores for admission to Peabody, but that the most promising applicants for admission are those whose grades are among the highest in their high school class. However, the Princeton Review reports that the average high school GPA of students who are admitted is 3.8.

What does Vanderbilt look for in a student?

With overall acceptance rates as low as 9.1% in recent years, Vanderbilt is a school that is looking for students that are at the 97th percentile or above on standardized tests and among the very top of their high school class. Just about all “A”s in an AP-heavy curriculum is expected.

Does Vanderbilt admit by major?

This is okay! Vanderbilt gives students the opportunity to explore a wide array of academic interests. For the Peabody College and Blair School, students are admitted to specific majors. For the College of Arts and Science and the School of Engineering, students do not declare their major until they are on campus.

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