Can I get into the University of Michigan?

So I have always wanted to go to Michigan. My GPA for 10th and 11th grade is a 3.85 unweighted. I have 3 AP classes junior year and will have 3 AP classes senior year. I got a 29 on my ACT. I am in 4 clubs and an officer of 1, possibly an officer of 2. I also have hospital volunteering at 2 hospitals; one with 80 hours of service, and the other with 30 so far, but still continuing . I am also in 2 varsity sports.

5 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
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    Are you from Michigan?

    First off, GO BLUE (hugeeee Wolverine fan here).

    Well, my school is actually the biggest feeder into University of Michigan (we even have our own department's insane).

    You should definitely be able to get into U of M.

    ACT scores are usually around 29, 30. So SAT probably would be around a 1900+. So clearly you're okay.

    I know kids with 23 that have gotten into U of M.

    Let me know if you have any other questions! I've been to Ann Arbor way too many times and all my friends are there.

    Good luck, though I really don't think you need it :)

  • 1 decade ago

    Sounds like you have a good chance of getting in.

    For reference, the Princeton Review has the Ann Arbor stats:


    Reading Middle 50%:

    580 - 690

    Math Middle 50%:

    640 - 740

    Writing Middle 50%:

    590 - 700

    ACT Middle 50%:

    27 - 31

    Average HS GPA:


  • 1 decade ago

    obviously your qualified no doubt. your just like me. i think you do have a pretty good chance you seem like a well rounded guy. if you put forth the effort and make the grade you will be able to get in and make something of yourself. i dont doubt it (;

  • 1 decade ago

    Definitely. I wouldn't have been able to get in. I wish I could.

    Good luck. There's no doubt you'll get in.


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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Of course you can. I'm surprised you would even ask.

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