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What Kind of ACT Score Do I Need to Get Accepted to the University of West Georgia?

by Neil Kokemuller, Demand Media Google

    The University of West Georgia is located in Carrollton, Georgia. On its admissions page, the school indicates that a minimum score of 17 is required for both the math and English sections of the ACT. Additionally, the school uses an index formula that involves multiplying the applicant's high school GPA by 500 and the ACT by 42. A total index score of 2120 is required for admission.

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    In its profile of the University of West Georgia, the "National Application Center" reported an average high school GPA of 3.08 for students admitted as of September 2013. Additionally, the average ACT scores were 20 on the math test, 20 on the English test and an overall composite of 20. The mid-50 percent range for ACT composite scores was 18 to 21. This statistic means that 25 percent of students admitted had scores of 17 to 18, while another 25 percent had scores at or above 21.

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    About the Author

    Neil Kokemuller has been an active writer and content media website developer since 2007. He wrote regular feature articles for LiveCharts for three years and has been a college marketing professor since 2004. He has several years of additional professional experience in marketing, retail and small business, and he holds a Master of Business Administration from Iowa State University.

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