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www.huffingtonpost.com/elizabeth-dankoski/why-a-perfect-sat-score-c_1_b_9219184.html

Feb 15, 2016 ... Why a Perfect SAT Score Can Keep You Out of Harvard ... He had a decent GPA, but he certainly didn't have a 4.0, and his SAT scores were ...

classroom.synonym.com/minimum-sat-score-gpa-needed-apply-harvard-university-6206.html

GPA and SAT Requirements. As high school policies, programs and opportunities differ across the country, Harvard University has no specific minimum grade ...

www.hbs.edu/mba/admissions/class-profile/Pages/default.aspx

Harvard Business School. A truly diverse student body — in background, nationality, .... Average GPA. (Based on 692 students whose schools used a 4.0 ...

poetsandquants.com/2013/03/07/can-you-get-into-harvard-business-school

Mar 7, 2013 ... On GMAT and GPA alone, you pretty much have to be among the top 5% ... So the competition is tough, requiring the school to turn down many ...

www.business2community.com/trends-news/the-25-colleges-with-the-highest-average-gpas-01308026

Aug 20, 2015 ... Still, students accepted to Cornell have a higher average GPA than those accepted at Harvard (3.83) or Columbia (3.84), so you still have your ...

smartharvardadmissions.com/harvard-gpa-requirements

You don't need a 2400 SAT and 4.0 GPA to meet Harvard's requirements. Learn how to submit a 'holistic application' to Harvard University.

www.niche.com/colleges/harvard-university/admissions

Test Scores and GPA for Harvard UniversitySee Other Colleges. Accepted ... college.harvard.edu/admissions/application-process/application-requirements.

www.prospectivedoctor.com/how-to-get-into-harvard-medical-school

Harvard might as well put high GPA and MCAT score as a pre-requisite for applying to their school. Unfortunately, a high GPA and MCAT score does not help ...

www.tier1athletics.org/2013/03/22/harvard-academic-standards-for-athletes

Mar 22, 2013 ... What does a 210 AI look like in terms of test scores and GPA? ... is at or above the Academic Index requirement required by the Ivy League.