Can I get into MIT with IB?
MIT doesn’t require applicants to take advanced courses beyond what is commonly available in high school. However, many of our students, either through their schools or on their own, have taken advanced coursework through programs like the AP, IB, PSEO, EPGY, and many more alphabet soups of advanced academic programs.
How do you get a chance at MIT?
Some of the actionable steps that you can take in high school to increase your chances of gaining admission to MIT include the following:
- Work hard to get top grades.
- Take advanced placement courses to increase your GPA if your school uses weighted GPAs.
- Take advanced courses even if your school doesn’t weight GPAs.
Do you have to take the SAT to get into MIT?
You must take either the SAT or ACT to submit an application to MIT. More importantly, you need to do well to have a strong application. Many schools say they have no SAT score cutoff, but the truth is that there is a hidden SAT requirement.
Will a 45 on the MCAT get me into MIT?
Short version: no, a 45 will not “get you into MIT”. A score beyond a 42 or 43 is not likely to materially impact your chances of admission, because at that point you are already in the top 2\% or 3\% of diplomas, and the top US colleges aren’t particularly focused on discerning on test scores alone beyond that. First some stats.
What is the average ACT score to get into MIT?
The average ACT score at MIT is 35. This score makes MIT Extremely Competitive for ACT scores. The 25th percentile ACT score is 34, and the 75th percentile ACT score is 36.
How hard is it to get into MIT with a 34?
The 25th percentile ACT score is 34, and the 75th percentile ACT score is 36. Even though MIT likely says they have no minimum ACT requirement, if you apply with a 34 or below, you’ll have a very hard time getting in, unless you have something else very impressive in your application.