2023 UGA EA Decisions

  David Graves      November 18th, 2022

Early Action decisions will be released later this afternoon, so here are some details about the EA applicant and admitted groups. I will also add a comment to the top of this post when decisions go live (4 pm EST), and I will announce it on Twitter as well. When you log into your status […]

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2023 UGA Overall Admissions & Early Action

  David Graves      November 1st, 2022

UGA Overall Admissions The UGA applicant pool has grown at a substantial rate recently. If you look at the number of applicants over the past 10 years, you will see tremendous growth in our applicant pool both in size and in academic strength. We have gone from 11,000 EA applicants for 2013 to 26,000 EA […]

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2023 EA Applicants – Random Q&A

  David Graves      October 3rd, 2022

Every year prior to the Early Action (EA) deadline of October 15, students and parents have a lot of questions concerning the process, timelines, and materials, among other things. As such, here is an FAQ for many of those questions. Feel free to ask more questions in the comments, but hopefully, this will answer most […]

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  David Graves      August 8th, 2022

When people start talking about college admissions and numbers, a wide range of different ideas start to bubble up in the conversation. You have test score numbers and  GPA’s, admit percentages and yield data, and a wide range of other numerical information. But what I want to talk about now is the bigger picture numbers […]

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Fulton County Students & New Material

  David Graves      July 19th, 2022

As a part of the admissions review at UGA, our team recalculates a GPA for all freshman applicants using core course grades and any additional AP/IB non-core grades. We do this in large part because every school or school district is able to determine their own grading policy and how they calculate a GPA, and […]

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