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What does it take to get accepted to the University of Alabama?

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Requirements for freshman admission to the University of Alabama include an acceptable SAT and/or ACT score, a 3.00 GPA and a completed list of college preparatory courses. Transfer students with more than 24 hours of college credit must have earned at least a 2.00 GPA in previous classes.

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What does it take to get accepted to the University of Alabama?
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The high school educational requirements for freshman applicants is as follows: four units of English, four units of social sciences, including world history, three units of mathematics, which includes algebra I, algebra II and one unit of geometry, trigonometry or calculus, three units of natural sciences, including two courses with lab components, one foreign language and five additional academic courses in fine arts, computer literacy, mathematics, natural sciences or a foreign language.

According to the University of Alabama admission department, applicants must have a score of at least 21 on the ACT and a 1000 point score on the critical reading and math portion of the SAT. The suggested GPA is a 3.00 on a 4.00 scale.

Transfer students must hold a 2.00 GPA in each of their previously completed college courses. Those transfer students with fewer than 24 hours of college credit must also adhere to the freshman application requirements. Applicants are also subject to a subjective screening by admission officials.

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