KSU Freshman Predictor
Freshman Admission Predictor Form
This tool will help you determine the probability of freshman admission in advance prior to applying. The system will calculate your data and report an "unofficial admission decision" for first time freshmen only. Transfer freshmen with less than 30 semester hours earned may also benefit from this predictor.
District of Columbia
High School Type:
Have you earned any college credits?
College Preparatory Curriculum (CPC)
High school seniors seeking regular admission must satisfy the prescribed 16 college-bound units. Accelerated courses (AP, IB, or Joint Enrollment) are options to earn both high school and college credit, depending on performance and testing results. Completion of any advanced course will typically satisfy a lower prescribed requirement. Please select the appropriate status indicating if the course has been: completed, in-progress, failed or deficient. (Deficient = course never taken)
English Composition I (9th Grade)
English Composition II (10th Grade)
American Literature I (11th Grade)
World Literature II (12th Grade)
Physical Science or Advance Science
2 Lab Sciences (Bio., Chem., Phys., etc.) and a 4th unit of science for 2012 & later graduates
2 Foreign Languages in the same language
4 Maths (Alg. I, II, Geo. & Adv. Math like Alg.III, Trig., Calc., Stats)
Economics (half unit or more)
Government (half unit or more)
Enter estimated CPC high school grade point average
Academic performance in the above college-bound CPC courses only.
A >= 4.00; B+ = 3.99 - 3.50; B- = 3.49 - 3.00; C+ = 2.99 - 2.50; C- = 2.49 - 2.00; D <= 1.99
KSU does not weight honors courses
Enter college entrance exam scores
You may only enter the SAT or ACT,
but not both
. If you have taken a test more than once, enter your best scores.
The Essay is not required at this time for admission.
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Please note that this predictor is a courtesy service and is strictly for determining the likelihood for admission and is
. You may review the standards for freshman admission by asking the "Virtual Advisor" on the
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