Will a GPA of 3.5 be considered by top universities?
Most US universities do not state a cutoff GPA for admissions. However, it still helps to check each university’s website to get more information. A 3.5 GPA on its own is not the only factor that is considered by universities - they will look at your extracurriculars, recommendations as well as essays to make a decision.
You can use our admissions calculator to find a university that best suits your profile.
This table could be of some help as well:
|University||Average GPA (weighted) of Accepted Student|
|Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)||4.15|
|University of Pennsylvania||4.10|