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  1. 41 minutes ago, HugeEuge said:

    With around an 85% average you would need an extremely high NAQ score to make the interview cutoff. That's generally why those who get OOP interviews have averages above 90. Rural or not, you'll need a near perfect NAQ to get an interview. Worth a shot if you feel you've got great non-academics.

    Thanks! Which GPA would be good enough to not need an extremely high NAQ score? 

  2. 15 hours ago, gniyonna said:

    In my opinion, if you think you could get a better score, then rewrite it. Because of COVID, it might actually be the best summer free of distractions to write the test again. I wrote the test 4 times, voided it the first time. My score did not change very much at all - and eventually I was accepted with my 508. However, if you scored a 513 and that was a lot lower than your practice tests, and you think you could do better, then maybe the higher score could open up more schools you could apply to. 

    That's what I was thinking, thanks!

  3. 18 hours ago, kwrgvnq said:

    Hi, 

     

    If i were you, I wouldn't rewrite. Your GPA seems fine and if you write your extracurricular's well you should be fine. At the end of the day, any higher score, though beneficial to a small degree, wouldn't be the difference between you getting in or not. You are in a good place. If you have the means to write and the time, feel free though!  

    Hi, thanks for your input! Theoretically, if I could improve my score to ~520 with a higher CARS than before, you don't think that could be the difference between me getting in or not? 

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