How many supplemental essays do you need for Princeton?
The “Your Voice” supplement section consists of two required, approximately 250 word essays. The prompts for these essays (below) are asking you to give Princeton admissions a sense of how your past and ongoing experiences shape the kind of student you will be at Princeton.
How stressful is Princeton?
Princeton ranks No. 6 in the United States for universities with the highest stress rates. Although other factors such as loneliness or depression affect stress levels, academics are a major perpetrator at rigorous institutions.
How competitive is Princeton?
Princeton is one of the most difficult schools to get into in the country. In 2018, it accepted just 5.5% of applicants to the class of 2022. This places it as the third hardest school to get into, behind Stanford and Harvard.
Do Princeton interviews matter?
Interviews aren’t required as part of the admission process, but we encourage candidates to accept the invitation. Don’t be concerned if interviews are not available in your area; we will give your application full consideration without an interview.
Does Princeton offer interviews to everyone?
Our dedicated alumni do manage to contact the vast majority of our applicants every year; however, if you do not receive an interview for any reason, it will not put you at a disadvantage since the interview is optional. We do not offer on-campus interviews.
What are the chances of getting into Princeton?
What is the GPA to get into Princeton?
What is required to get into Princeton?
Princeton admissions is extremely selective with an acceptance rate of 5%. Students that get into Princeton have an average SAT score between 1440-1570 or an average ACT score of 32-35. The regular admissions application deadline for Princeton is January 1.