Hi everybody, I just had a quick question about the importance of SAT scores to application. I am mostly focused on Bryn Mawr and Temple post-bac programs, as they are very near to me and would enable me to avoid a gap year. I didn't take high school very seriously, and this extended to my attempts on standardized tests. I only received an 1120 on the SATs, but have since began taken my academic performance more seriously. I took classes my senior year full-time at my local community college and graduated from there with a 3.82 GPA after 3 semesters. I am currently going to Temple University for a BA in sociology, and I have a 3.48 GPA, which I anticipate will be above 3.50 by the time I graduate this spring. I am wondering if the fact that I took a fairly rigorous undergraduate education (I will have graduated in 3 years, at 20 years old) would possibly make up for my very lackluster SAT scores. Thanks for all of your help, this forum seems to have a great wealth of information that has already been very useful to me.