64%

Acceptance Rate

1190 - 1420

SAT Range

26 - 31

ACT Range

Brigham Young University (BYU) Admissions

The acceptance rate of Brigham Young University is about 64% out of which the acceptance rate of boys is about 62% and the acceptance rate of girls is about 67%. The total number of applications that the university receives is about 12,858 out of which 5,608 are boys and about 7,250 are girls. The total number of enrolled undergraduates in the University is about 5,440 out of which 2,390 are boys and about 3,050 are girls. The total number of enrolled students is about 34,334 out of which 17,928 are boys and about 16,406 are girls.

Admission Process:

The admission process in Brigham Young University includes a number of processes out of which the first process is screening. The students are shortlisted based on their GPA and the standard test scores such as SAT and ACT scored in the respective tests as well. After being successfully shortlisted for the same, the students are called for the interview. The students are basically asked about their interests, passion, and most importantly why the particular students want to pursue this course. This is a relatively easy process as from the recent data it is known that the students who are being shortlisted for the interview are mostly selected for the same.

SAT Scores you need to get in

SAT Range The composite score range which the Institution consistently takes, below which admission should be considered a reach.

1190 - 1420

Applicants Submitting SAT Percentage of Students submitting SAT Scores.

28%

SAT Reading 25th

600

SAT Math 25th

590

SAT Composite 25th

1190

SAT Reading 75th

710

SAT Math 75th

710

SAT Composite 75th

1420

Average SAT Score

1305

SAT score is being accepted in Brigham Young University and many students consider the SAT score for being shortlisted for the interview. The SAT/ACT scores are usually provided by the testing agencies. A good SAT score range test marks up to measure student skills based on Critical Reading, Math, and Writing on a scale. SAT scores requirement ranges from about 1190-1420. The average SAT score is 1328, having about 28% of applicants submitting the same.

For the 25th and 75th categories, it is estimated that:

  • For Reading, students must have individual SAT scores of 600 and 710, respectively.
  • For Math, students need an SAT score of at least 590 and 710, individually and respectively.
  • The Composite SAT scores should be 1190 and 1420 respectively.

ACT Scores you need to get in

ACT Range The composite score range which the Institution consistently takes, below which admission should be considered a reach.

26 - 31

Applicants Submitting ACT Percentage of Students submitting ACT Scores.

90%

ACT Math 25th

26

ACT English 25th

26

ACT Composite 25th

26

ACT Math 75th

30

ACT English 75th

34

ACT Composite 75th

31

Average ACT Score

29

Coming to the ACT scores that candidates need to get accepted to Brigham Young University-Provo, the latest data suggests that one requires an average ACT score of 28. Moreover, most of the candidates accepted by Brigham Young University-Provo have composite ACT scores in the range of 26-31. To be considered for admission by Brigham Young University-Provo, one needs to have a minimum ACT composite score of 26. Also, for admission consideration by the university, students must submit their ACT scores. As many as 90% of the applicants submit their ACT scores for admission to the university, as per the latest information.

Estimated GPA Requirements & Average GPA

Grade Points Average (GPA) The average high school GPA of the admitted students

3.8

Brigham Young University’s estimated GPA comes up to a requirement of 3.8 GPA on a 4.0 scale, which is comparable to many other universities in this range. The university only accepts unweighted GPA scores.

Admission Requirements

What Really Matters When Applying

High School GPA

Required

High School Rank

Neither required nor recommended

High School Transcript

Required

College Prep Courses

Required

SAT/ACT

Considered but not required

Recommedations

Required

The admission requirements that need to be followed in Brigham Young University are as follows:

  • High School GPA is required.
  • High School Rank is neither required nor recommended.
  • High School Transcript is also required for the same.
  • Standard test scores such as SAT and ACT are mandatory.
  • Other requirements such as college preparatory courses may also be submitted but is not a compulsory criterion for the same.

Admission Deadlines

Application Deadline Deadline for application submissions. Please contact the school for more details.

15th Dec

Application Fee Application fees may vary by program and may be waived for certain students. Please check with the school.

$35

Early Decision Deadline

None

Early Action Deadline

None

Offer Action Deadline

No

Offers Early Decision

No

Application Website

besmart.com/Admissions

Accepts Common App

No

Accepts Coalition App

No

As from the recent data it is known that the application deadline for Brigham Young University is annually maintained on December 15th.
In the case of any emergencies, the university may take certain steps so that students may fill up the application form and take admission for the same.

Admission Statistics

WomenMenTotal
Applied6,2574,94811,205
Accepted4,1683,0567,224
Acceptance Rate67%62%64%
Enrolled328324565739
Percentage of admitted who Enrolled (Admission Yield)79%80%79%

Admission Statistics

Applied

Women

6,257

Men

4,948

Total

11,205

Accepted

Women

4,168

Men

3,056

Total

7,224

Acceptance Rate

Women

67%

Men

62%

Total

64%

Enrolled

Women

3283

Men

2456

Total

5739

Percent of Admitted Who Enrolled (Admission Yield)

Women

79%

Men

80%

Total

79%

Credits Accepted

AP Credit

Yes

Dual Credit

Yes

Credit for Life Experiences

Yes

Many universities in the US incentivize students by assisting them to earn university credit by opting for certain courses available in high school. There are many such programs for the students, and some of the popular programs are AP Credit, CLEP (Credit for Life Experiences), and Dual Enrollment (also known as Dual Credit). Different colleges follow different policies regarding these credits. Such programs also have various benefits for the students; they include a higher GPA, increased chances of completing a degree, and a shorter time to obtain a degree. In order to avail CLEP and AP credits, students can visit the collegeboard.org website and request to submit the scores to the university of their choice.

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