Students with a composite SAT score of 1460 or higher will have competitive chances at Hillsdale College. During the 2018-19 admissions phase, 69% of students provided ACT scores.
Does Hillsdale College require SAT scores?
Hillsdale College requires that you either take the SAT or ACT. See the table below for how Hillsdale College’s accepted students have performed on both tests. You may be wondering how many test scores should you submit. Generally, don’t freak out about taking the test too often.
What are the requirements for Hillsdale College?
Hillsdale admissions is selective with an acceptance rate of 48%. Students that get into Hillsdale have an average SAT score between 1300-1470 or an average ACT score of 29-33. The regular admissions application deadline for Hillsdale is March 15.
Is Hillsdale test optional?
“Students have had such a horrific time scheduling the SAT and ACT in the spring, fall, and summer because testing sites are at limited capacity and filling up very quickly, so we are going test optional for this year,” said Fred Schebor, associate senior director of admissions.
Does Hillsdale College accept AP credit?
Hillsdale College recognizes the Advanced Placement Program of the College Entrance Examination Board. Students taking college-level courses in secondary school and performing at a satisfactory level (4 or 5) on the Advanced Placement Examinations will be granted advanced placement and college credit.
How long does it take to hear back from Hillsdale College?
We need five weeks to make our decision. The first regular decision letters will go out in mid-December, so if you have completed your application on or before the second week of November, you will hear around that time. After December 15, decisions are released on a rolling basis at about five weeks.
Is there an application fee for Hillsdale?
The application deadline is April 1 and the application fee at Hillsdale College is $35. Admissions officials at Hillsdale College consider a student’s GPA a very important academic factor.