Baylor is a competitive learning and research environment. So, naturally, we will consider your academic history when reviewing you for admission.
That said, test scores and GPAs are only part of your story. That's why we also review the recommended items you share with us. These include recommendation letters, short answer responses and a resume.
We are looking for students who:
In summary, we are looking for students who can gain the most from a Baylor experience. Students should have a demonstrated interest in becoming a Baylor Bear and be a fit spiritually, academically and financially.
We recommend that high school graduates have taken the following coursework:
2 year-units (same language)
4 year-units (including Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II)
Natural Science, laboratory:
4 year-units (including biology and chemistry for students who plan to enter programs in predentistry, premedicine, or nursing)
3 year-units (including at least one in history)