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What day do Duke decisions come out?

What day do Duke decisions come out?

Here’s When Students Can Expect to Receive Regular Admission Decisions

School Regular Decision Notification Date
Duke University March 31, 2022 at 7 pm ET
Emerson College April 1
Emory University March 30, 2022 at 6 pm ET
Fordham University Rolling after March 15

Are Duke acceptances out?

If you apply through Regular Decision, your application will be due on or before January 4th and Duke will send you your decision between late March and early April.

How do I check my Duke admission status?

After submitting your online application, you can check the status of your application materials via your Applicant Portal. You should log in to this system periodically to ensure that all required application materials have been received.

Does Duke Send likely letters?

Other prestigious liberal arts colleges and colleges like Duke, Stanford, and University of Chicago also send likely letters. In general, most public universities do not send likely letters. Not every university sends likely letters, especially if they have rolling admissions.

What time do Duke decisions come out 2020?

Regular decisions will be released tonight at 7 p.m. EDT.

How many people get off Duke waitlist?

Wong will be one of perhaps 1,000 students who take themselves off the Duke waiting list before May 1. Final decisions on who will be accepted from waiting lists are not typically not made until at least mid-May. Some who wait for Duke will lose registration deposits at other colleges.

When did Duke decisions come out 2021?

Application Due: November 1. Admissions Decisions Released: December 15.

What kind of student does Duke want?

Duke offers a multitude of opportunities to its undergraduates. We’re looking for students ready to respond to those opportunities intelligently, creatively, and enthusiastically. We like ambition and curiosity, talent and persistence, energy and humanity.

Does Duke look at class rank?

There are eight factors that Duke ranks as being “very important” to their admissions process: rigor of secondary school record, class rank, GPA, standardized test scores, application essays, recommendations, extracurricular activities, talent/ability, and character/personal qualities.

What is Duke 2022 acceptance rate?

For the Class of 2022, 37,302 students applied to Duke University of which 3,097 students were accepted, yielding an overall acceptance rate of 8.3%. Overall applications increased by 8.8% over last year (2021 to 2022) from 34,300 to 37,302.

Is Duke difficult to get into?

How hard is it to get into Duke? Duke’s class of 2025 saw a more competitive admissions cycle than ever before. Almost 50,000 students applied for a mere 2,855 places—an acceptance rate of just 5.8%. This is a 25% increase in applicants from the year before, and admissions are only becoming more competitive.

Should I take the SAT or act to get into Duke?

The decision of whether or not to have your SAT or ACT considered is entirely yours. Choosing not to have SAT or ACT scores considered will not impact your admissions decision. You may wish to consult our ADMISSIONS PROFILE for students admitted to Duke in previous years as a guide.

How do I pay my Duke University application fee?

You must send your nonrefundable $85 application fee or fee waiver request along with the Common Application or Coalition Application. Both applications accept online payment via credit card or electronic check. Please note that we do not accept credit card payment by telephone. If you pay by check, please make the check payable to Duke University.

Can you put a resume on a Duke application?

Duke does not accept separate resumes. You may include extra honor and accomplishments in the “additional information” section of the application. Both the Common Application and the Coalition Application include a one-page personal essay as well as short essay questions specific to Duke.

Can I visit the Duke University campus on my own?

In the event of severe weather or lightning, tours could be canceled or delayed. If you plan to visit campus on your own, you are welcome to use Duke’s Mobile Tour which will be available sometime in January. You may also stop by the Undergraduate Admissions Office during business hours for a campus map.