High School Grades Matter Most in College Admissions, NACAC Report Reveals
A student’s high school record is the most important factor in college admission decisions, according to survey results released by the National Association for College Admission Counseling.
Data in the 11th annual edition of NACAC’s State of College Admission
report show that students’ grades and the academic rigor of their course loads weigh more heavily in decisions to admit than standardized test scores, high school class rank, or demonstrated interest in attending. Learn more
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