All required items must be received by February 1, 2022. Final decisions will be released by early April 2022. No preference is given for Early Action candidates.
Can you get rejected from Early Action?
If the school feels that you application isn’t competitive, then it’s possible to receive a rejection at the ED/EA stage of the process. That being said, most applicants who do not qualify for EA/ED are deferred rather than rejected.
Does Michigan deny EA?
Michigan does not have an ED program and they do not release their statistics for EA.
Are you more likely to get accepted with Early Action?
Generally speaking, students have a better percentage, even if it may be 1-2%, of being accepted if they apply early decision. Early action often does not offer a higher acceptance rate but provides the benefit of learning early what the admission decision from the college is.
Is deferral a rejection?
What does it mean to be deferred? A deferral letter is neither a rejection nor acceptance. Take a look at the glass half full and think of it as a second chance to impress the admissions committee. A student is deferred when there isn’t enough information or context to put them through a full acceptance.
Is a deferral a soft rejection?
First things first: deferred does not mean rejected. It also doesn’t mean waitlisted. It means that your application is being moved to the regular decision applicant pool. In other words, the college wants to wait to see who else will apply before they decide whether or not to accept you.
Is Michigan test optional for 2022?
Most freshmen applying for the 2022 semesters are considered for admission and merit scholarships without an ACT/SAT score. (If you are homeschooled or attend a high school that does not provide grades, an ACT/SAT test score is required.)
Is Michigan test optional 2022?
Miami University-Oxford: Test-Optional for 2022. Michigan State University: Test-Optional permanently. Michigan Technological University: Test-Optional for 2022. Middlebury College: Test-Optional for 2022, 2023.
What time do Michigan decisions come out?
Decisions will be released no later than the end of January 2022. Those not able to submit by November 1, 2021, should complete their applications by the following Regular Action deadline as adequate space will remain for their consideration.
Is Michigan hard to get into?
Michigan’s 22.9% % acceptance rate in the 2019 admissions cycle was almost identical to the previous year’s rate of 23%. The out-of-state acceptance rate was just 19.4%. Out of 64,972 applicants, the university extended offers of admission to 14,883 individuals.
How hard is it to get into Michigan State?
Michigan State admissions is somewhat selective with an acceptance rate of 71%. Students that get into Michigan State have an average SAT score between 1100-1320 or an average ACT score of 23-29. The regular admissions application deadline for Michigan State is rolling.