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University of Alabama has an average SAT score of 1177.
Average GPA is 3.66
The admissions deadline is December 15th.
The admissions rate is 53.3%, making it a somewhat competitive Colleges.
University of Alabama—Huntsville Average SAT is 1270.
Average GPA is 3.72.
The admissions deadline is Aug 17th.
The admissions rate is 76.3%, making it a somewhat competitive Colleges.
Undergraduate Schools in Alabama
|College||Nat. Rank||Avg. SAT||Accept. %||Avg. GPA|
|University of Alabama (Manderson)||#153||1177||53.3%||3.66|
|University of South Alabama||#293 to #381||1105||81.4%||3.46|
|University of Alabama at Huntsville||#263||1270||76.3%||3.72|
|University of Alabama at Birmingham||#166 in National Universities||1210||91.8%||3.66|
Rank according to U.S. News and World Report.
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