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What is the procedure for admission at the University of Kentucky?

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Individuals can start the application process on the University of Kentucky's website. Different online applications are available based on whether a potential student is going into an undergraduate program, a graduate program or a professional school. International students have a special application. Some applications are available to print and mail.

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In addition to the application itself, a potential student has other material to send in. The University of Kentucky requires freshman applicants to submit ACT or SAT I scores, official high school transcripts, an academic letter of recommendation from a teacher or counselor, and a non-refundable application processing fee. The school requires that ACT or SAT I scores be sent to it directly from the testing center where the test was taken. Other requirements may apply.

Potential graduate students have to submit transcripts, test scores for the GRE or GMAT (not required in some circumstances), and letters of recommendation, and there may be other requirements. International students whose first language is not English may have to submit test scores for standardized tests in English proficiency.

Potential students should check the university's admissions and scholarship deadline calendar. International students have their own deadlines to follow. The website also provides a list of school admissions counselors and their contact information.

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