Panther Predictor

 

Students who wish to enter Georgia State University directly from high school will be admitted based upon the following four factors: SAT/ACT composite score, high school grade-point average, freshman index (FI), and number of high school courses completed in the core subject areas. The FI is based on a combination of SAT/ACT scores and high school grade-point average in college preparatory courses only.

This tool will help you determine the probability of freshman admission in advance of applying. The system will calculate your data and report an “unofficial admission decision” for first time freshmen only.

The SAT FI formula is: SAT FI= (500x HSGPA) + SAT V + SAT M
The ACT FI formula is: ACT FI= (500 x HSGPA) + (ACT composite x 42) + 88

  • Applicants must meet the minimum Board of Regents criteria to apply to a research institution: SAT (430 Reading/400 Math) or ACT (17 English/17 Math). Meeting these minimum standards does not guarantee admission to Georgia State.
  • International students should refer to the international admissions page for more information.
  • The SAT changed its scoring structure in March 2016. Students should make sure they input their scores in the field coordinating with their testing date. If your test date was before March 2016, please fill out the field for the (Old) SAT. If it was March 2016 or after, please use the field for the (New) SAT.

 

Old SAT Verbal Score:
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New SAT Verbal Score:

= Translated Score:
Old SAT Math Score:
--OR--
New SAT Math Score:

= Translated Score:
High School GPA:
Please note: admission requirements may vary from year to year, and the requirements mentioned here are the minimum values and do not guarantee an admission to Georgia State or a scholarship.
ACT Score:
High School GPA:

Please note: admission requirements may vary from year to year, and the requirements mentioned here are the minimum values and do not guarantee an admission to Georgia State or a scholarship.