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Bucknell University Acceptance Rates & Admissions Statistics

What Does Bucknell University Incoming Class Look Like?

Assess your admission prospects at Bucknell University by studying the statistics from their latest freshman classes.

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Understanding Admissions Statistics

Bucknell University 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): How Many Students Get Accepted?

Open Admissions No
Selectivity of College Average Selectivity
Acceptance Rate 35%

Acceptance and Enrollment Stats (Fall 2021)

Applicant Total 11,263
Accepted 3,886
Enrolled 1,027

What’s the Male/Female Breakdown When it Comes to Admissions?

Applicants: Men - Women  50 to 50
Accepted: Men - Women  45 to 55
Enrolled: Men - Women  48 to 52

Average Test Scores

About 35% of students accepted to Bucknell submitted their SAT scores. When looking at the 25th through the 75th percentile, SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing scores ranged between 640 and 710. Math scores were between 655 and 740.

SAT Reading and Writing Scores for Bucknell University  ( 640 to 710 )
SAT Math Scores for Bucknell University  ( 655 to 740 )

Bucknell received ACT scores from 17% of accepted students. When looking at the 25th through the 75th percentile, ACT Composite scores ranged between 29 and 33.

ACT Composite Scores for Bucknell University  ( 29 to 33 )

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