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Higher SAT's now. Can I reapply to a school that said no?

Question: I was denied for the fall term due to my low SAT scores. Am I allowed to reapply if I get better scores? The college has rolling admissions.

Officially you cannot reapply to a college that has already rejected you outright, even if it’s a rolling-admissions school. But … if your new test scores are significantly higher (e.g., if they've gone from the bottom of that college's typical admitted-student range to the top), and if your GPA is at or above the median, then it can't hurt to take another shot, as long as you steel yourself for a second rejection.

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