55,000 Applied to Purdue University Rate Early Action; 97% of Those Admitted Submitted Test Scores

55,000 applied to Purdue University rate Early Action; 97% of those admitted submitted test scores

The roof of Cary Quadrangle at Purdue University rate features a lively Boilermaker animation.

Starting at 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time on Friday, January 12, Purdue University will notify first-year applicants of their Early Action (EA) decisions through their Purdue Application Portal. This includes decisions for both their longstanding campus in West Lafayette, Indiana and their newly established campus in Indianapolis, the state capital of Indiana.

Purdue experienced a rise in the number of applications received by November 1, 2023, following a series of years with exceptionally high enrollment. By its Early Action deadline, Purdue had received over 55,000 applications, indicating an increase of 3,000 applicants compared to the previous admissions cycle in 2022-2023.

Purdue University news uses a “test expected” method for their first-year admission process. Out of the 44,000 Early Action applicants, 97.2% of those who were accepted submitted their test scores.

Students who are interested in joining Purdue University rate Class of 2028 but have not yet submitted their applications have the opportunity to do so until the Regular Decision deadline of January 15 set by Purdue.

In order to prevent admitting too many students, Purdue University news is using deferred decisions more frequently for the 2023-2024 admissions cycle. As a result, early action applicants may receive a deferral on January 12th. A deferral does not mean rejection, but rather gives Purdue the opportunity to evaluate space and availability before making a final decision during the regular decision review process. Applicants who are deferred are encouraged to fill out a Letter of Continued Interest form on their Purdue Application Portal.

If you or someone you are acquainted with has received a deferral letter from Purdue, watch the video below where I provide valuable advice on how to write a captivating Letter of Continued Interest. This will greatly improve your likelihood of being admitted in Regular Decision. Best of luck!

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