Cornell College Transfer and Admissions Information

2. Excellent SAT Scores. Cornell University transfer admissions do not require the SATs, but you can probably guess they expect an above average score. While transfer students have gotten accepted with much lower scores, you'll want to be aiming to score above 2100 out of 2400 or above the 95th percentile on the SATs. If you're scores aren't up to par, retaking your SATs in community college is a great idea.

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The first step is to remove any assumptions or feelings of doubt from your mind. Be confident that you can transfer to Cornell University (I'm confident that you can do it, and you should be too!). Once you understand what Cornell transfer admissions is looking for, how to deliver it to them, and what challenges to expect along the way, you will already be ahead of the curve. By arming yourself with with the right information, the average Cornell University transfer acceptance rate should be no threat to you because you will be far more prepared than the average student.

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