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Cdiddy

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One of the school I am looking at applying to in a couple of years is the University of Florida. I am currently in GA and I am wondering if anyone has any insight into how they look at out of state applicants. I have heard that they really only look at your science gpa. Does anyone how they look at out of state applicants.

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Chris
 

dgroulx

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There is a girl in my class at UF from Georgia, but everyone else is from Florida. It's a state school, so they tend to prefer residents. You can get a list of their prerequisites at www.cop.ufl.edu. They are specific on courses and all attempts count towards your GPA. No grade replacement is allowed.
 

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So they don't accept AP credit?
 

dgroulx

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No, they don't accept AP credit. If you are still in high school, you have to do dual enrollment for college credits.
 

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Dang it, I was planning to apply to UF this fall, but I guess that's out of the windows now, since I got 2 semesters credits for physics. I don't think I have time to take those classes over again.
 

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This fall? The deadline's come and gone. If you mean next fall then you have plenty of time...you don't have to have prereqs complete until the summer before entering.
 

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From our class stats they accept about 95% in state, 5% out of state.
 
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