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Baker University Acceptance Rates & Admissions Statistics

What Does the Admissions Department at Baker University Look For?

Review the admissions stats from recent freshman classes to have a better understanding of your chances of being admitted to Baker University.

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How are Baker University Admissions and Enrollment Stats Applicable to You?

Baker Admission Statistics can help you to understand the likelihood of being accepted. Compare your SAT and ACT scores to previously accepted students. If your scores are lower than average, that may mean you should try to retake the exam or look at schools that better fit your scores. A college’s acceptance rates and selectivity are a good way to judge how difficult it is to be admitted.

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Selectivity (Fall 2021): The Numbers Behind Student Admissions

Open Admissions No
Selectivity of College Less Selective
Acceptance Rate 99%

Acceptance and Enrollment Stats (Fall 2021)

Applicant Total 637
Accepted 631
Enrolled 217

Boys vs. Girls: Who’s Applying More?

Applicants: Men - Women  43 to 57
Accepted: Men - Women  44 to 56
Enrolled: Men - Women  52 to 48

Average Test Scores

About 5% of students accepted to Baker submitted their SAT scores. When looking at the 25th through the 75th percentile, SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing scores ranged between 460 and 560. Math scores were between 510 and 570.

SAT Reading and Writing Scores for Baker University  ( 460 to 560 )
SAT Math Scores for Baker University  ( 510 to 570 )

Baker received ACT scores from 83% of accepted students. When looking at the 25th through the 75th percentile, ACT Composite scores ranged between 18 and 23.

ACT Composite Scores for Baker University  ( 18 to 23 )

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