Generally, Wake Forest University is an extremely selective school. Around 13,000 applications are received by the school every year. With regards to the acceptance rate, it tends to be 30 percent which equals about 3,770 students being accepted to the school. Around 37 percent of the 3,770 students who received the acceptance letter from Wake Forest University chose to attend. The ratio of the candidates who applied is 43% and 56% for males and females respectively. However, of the first-year students enrolled, 53% were typically women preferred Wake Forest University after receiving the acceptance letter and 46% were men.

Applicants are asked to submit their ACT or SAT scores to Wake Forest University when applying. Most often, an ACT score between 27 - 31 or an SAT score between 1,240 - 1,400 is the range in which applicants have greater chances to be accepted. This institution also allows submissions of Advanced Placement (AP) credits, and Dual credit. Wake Forest University’s undergraduate application fee is $65. To submit your application to Wake Forest University, you will need to present these documents: Recommendations, Secondary school GPA, Secondary school rank, and a Secondary school record. The institution recommends that students who are applying have the completion of college-preparatory program.

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Student ACT Scores

25th %
75th %



Student SAT Scores

25th %
75th %



First-Year Admission Statistics

Application, Acceptance, Enrollment Statistics from the 2019 Admissions Cycle. Test scores last reported in 2008
Applications
12,559
Male 5,517
Female 7,042

 

Acceptance
3,767
Male 1,717
Female 2,050

 

Enrollment Total
1,393
Male 644
Female 749


Acceptance Rate
30%
Male
31.1%
Female
29.1%

 

Yield
37%
Male
37.5%
Female
36.5%


Application Fees and Other Information

Application Fees

Undergraduate

$65


Graduate

$80



Credit from AP or Pre-college classes

  • Advanced Placement (AP) credits
  • Dual credit

    Admission considerations

    Required

    Recommendations
    Secondary school GPA
    Secondary school rank
    Secondary school record
    TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language)


    Recommended

    Completion of college-preparatory program

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