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selectivity index

1 point by westie22   3 years ago

Why is my selectivity index so low? Can someone tell me, I am fairly new to this. Is it because I don't have any AP classes?

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1 point by James   3 years ago

Selectivity index is a function of class rank, unweighted GPA, and SAT scores. It's not a very important number, and it's much, much less useful than the predictions.

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1 point by westie22   3 years ago

ok, thank you very much. The reason my class rank is lowish is because my high school is one of the top schools in the state, very competitive and rigorous. I guess this site doesn't take that into consideration, lol. My guidance counselor tells me not to worry to much about it though as my school has an excellent reputation.

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1 point by James   3 years ago

We do take some high school information into consideration for predictions, but the selectivity index, which is rarely used for predictions, doesn't.

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