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Brigham Young University-Provo

Admissions

  Admissions - 2014 
Undergraduate Admissions Fall 2014  Total Men Women
Number of applicants 11,078 4,171 6,907
Percent of applicants admitted 47.0 % 40.6 % 50.8 %
Percent of admitted students enrolled    
Full Time 77.3 % 73.2 % 79.2 %
Part Time 0.9 % 1.2 % 0.8 %
       
Student's Submitting Scores Number Percent  
SAT 1,245 31.0 %  
ACT 3,822 94.0 %  
       
Test Scores
SAT 25th Percentile 75th Percentile  
Verbal 570 690  
Math 580 680  
ACT 25th Percentile 75th Percentile  
Composite 27 31  
English 27 33  
Math 26 30  
   
Admission Considerations  
  Required Recommended  
Secondary school GPA X  
Secondary school rank X  
Secondary school record X  
Completion of college-prepatory program X  
Recommendations X  
Formal demonstration of competencies  
Admission test scores X  
TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) X  
Other Test (Wonderlic, WISC-III, etc.)  

 

The above information was obtained via the publicly-available Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS), operated by the U.S. Department of Education, which compiles self-reported information provided by colleges and universities, for the purpose of making such information openly available to students and parents.

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Heidi S.  on 4/16/2014 7:44:35 PM

I have loved my experience at BYU. But if you're used to living in a world full of LDS members and you want a more varied experience - it's probably not going to happen. I came from another country and being surrounded by fellow members has been awesome.