The cornerstone of the Honors application is the Honors Essay Section. In this section you are required to submit short essays which are separate from the UW Writing Section. Your responses will be evaluated on content as The Honors Program application requires a set of specific essay questions in addition to the essays required for the general application to GW.
There are no precise thresholds with regards to standardized test scores or high school GPAs. The George Washington University (GW) Honors Program helps students hone their analytical and expressive powers, deepen their understanding of complex issues and questions, and broaden their perspectives. The University Honors Program (UHP) is a community of scholars who are intellectually engaged with each other and faculty members.
Honors students complete seminar sequences and interdisciplinary courses throughout their academic careers. If you are applying via the GW specific application, then you would apply to the Honors Program using the Honors Program supplementary application, and would submit those essay questions. One set of questions doesn't have an advantage over another, so just apply using the method that is best for you. Founded nearly two centuries ago in 1821, George Washington University (GWU or GW) is a private research institution located in urban downtown Washington, D.
C. Honors students are expected to pursue special honors in their major or to complete an independent honors senior thesis. Applying to the Program Applicants must indicate their intent to apply to UHP on the Common Application and answer the related essay questions in 250 words or less. from what I've read, they only accept 10 of all Honors program applicants. So I imagine, a 32 ACT or 2100 SAT at least, rankGPA in top 510 at least, and one great essaybooklist. Don't know for sure, though.
A joint program of The George Washington University Columbian College of Arts and Sciences and the School of Medicine and Health Sciences, the sevenyear B. A. M. D. program is a small competitive program designed for high school seniors who exhibit academic excellence, competitive (90) SATACT scores, leadership in activities,