2012-2013 College Statistics Click for detailed listings: Average SAT Score (25th Percentile): 1777 | Average Acceptance Rate: 28% | Average Enrollment Rate: 39%
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Dartmouth Admission Statistics 2012-2013

Dartmouth Admission Statistics 2012-2013

Number of applicants to Dartmouth 22385
Dartmouth acceptance rate 10%
Percent admitted who enrolled 49%
Test Scores (25th/75th Percentile)
Dartmouth SAT Scores
Critical Reading 670  780
Math 680  780
Writing 680  790
Dartmouth ACT Scores
Composite 30  34
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About these admission stats.

Dartmouth Admission Requirements

Although Dartmouth does not have specific subject requirements that applicants must meet, Dartmouth recommends that students “undertake the strongest course of study available at their secondary schools.”

As far as extracurriculars are concerned, applicants are advised to participate in activities that are personally meaningful and that will enable them to mature on both intellectual and social levels.

Grades are important to Dartmouth. The college looks at grades carefully, and keeps every applicant’s individual circumstances in mind. Dartmouth explains that it pays special attention to grade trends throughout high school, and to try to understand why the trends are the way they are.

In its advice to applicants, Dartmouth has suggested if there is a particular drop in grades, for example, in a student’s junior year, the student let them know why this has occurred in the section of the Common Application which asks for “Additional Information.”

History of Dartmouth

Dartmouth has come a long way since its Puritanical beginnings in 1769.

That was when it was founded by Eleazar Wheelock, a minister whose initial aim was to establish a school to train Native Americans to be Christian missionaries. The college has shifted its aims in the period that has ensued, and has clearly broadened its educational mandate.

In spite of a financially checkered past, Dartmouth has survived and can lay claim to being one of only nine Colonial Colleges founded before the American Revolution.

Dartmouth has emerged as a serious academic institution education some of the country’s most influential leaders in fields from politics to business to the arts.

Dartmouth sits on a 269-acre campus in Hanoever, New Hampshire, and is the largest private landowner in the town. The wealth that the college enjoys today means that many students enjoy generous financial aid packages.

Famous Dartmouth Alumni

Among Dartmouth’s famous alumni are a number of Pulitzer Prize winners, including Thomas M. Burton, Richard Eberhart, Robert Frost,Paul Gigot, Jake Hooker, Nigel Jaquiss, Martin J. Sherwin, and David K. Shipler.

Dartmouth’s 269 acre campus can be found in Hanover, New Hampshire. It is a picturesque campus in a pleasant rural environment.

The university owns more private land in Hanover than any other private entity. Dartmouth also owns roughly 27,000 acres of land in Northern New Hampshire.

The main campus’ oldest buildings date back to the 1820s. These include the historic Wentworth and Thornton Halls.

Architecturally, many of Dartmouth’s buildings are examples of the Georgian American colonial style. This includes older buildings as well as newer additions.

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