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Art, creative or research supplements if applicable
The University of Chicago does not have a strict minimum GPA requirement for undergraduate admissions. However, admitted students typically have very high GPAs, ranging from 3.8 to 4.0, with an average GPA of 3.95.
Average High School GPA
SAT scores are optional for the 2022-2023 and 2023-2024 application cycles, they are still considered in the admissions process.
University of Chicago's SAT scores for admitted students range from 1510 to 1580, with an average score of 1545.
Although SAT scores are optional, we recommend that students aim for a good SAT score of at least 1545 to be competitive in the admissions process at University of Chicago.
Students submitting SAT scores
ACT scores are optional for the 2022-2023 and 2023-2024 application cycles; they are still considered in the admissions process.
University of Chicago's ACT scores for admitted students range from 33 to 35, with an average score of 34.
A good ACT score will still boost your application above the competition and help get you into your dream school. It will allow admissions officers to quickly and objectively compare you to the rest of the applicant pool.
Students submitting ACT scores
Besides academic grades, University of Chicago has some additional requirements based on the program of study you apply for.
Make sure you have extracurriculars relating to your area of study and those that show your dedication over time.
University of Chicago requires two teacher recommendations.
If you feel as though mastery of the English language is already represented throughout your application, you are not required to submit formal exam scores to the University of Chicago.
You have the option to submit a two-minute video introduction instead of the traditional college interview, which is not part of the application process.