The University of Georgia (UGA) is a public institution that was found in 1785. The most popular majors at UGA are Finance, Psychology, Biology, Marketing, and International Relations and Affairs. 46% of the school’s classes have less than 20 students. The University of Georgia reviews all students alike and choose from the pool of academically qualified students that are most competitive. There are no set standards for scores or grade point averages, admission standards depend on the number and quality of students who apply each year. “Demonstrated academic achievement” is the primary factor for first-year admission decisions at the University of Georgia.
Requirement 1: SAT OR ACT scores
Requirement 2: Coursework for credit that appears on an official college or an accredited high school transcript; and/or, An SAT or ACT score in the top five percent of college-bound seniors nationally in order to satisfy the English and mathematics portions of the CPC.