During the 2018-19 admissions cycle, Caltech had an acceptance rate of 6.4%. Early Action and Early Decision vs. I also heard that the acceptance rate for male is 10%, whereas the acceptance for female is 25%. Regular Decision Admission Rates Here’s a fact that … With an acceptance rate of 6%, admission to Cal Tech is extremely competitive. Schools with unpublished early acceptance rates for the freshman class entering in 2016 are excluded (Columbia University, University of Chicago, California Institute of Technology, Washington University in St. Louis, Rice University, and UC Berkeley). You are not required to attend Caltech if you are accepted during the Early Action round.

This means that for every 100 students who applied, 6 students were admitted, … Caltech admissions is extremely selective with an acceptance rate of 7%. Interested students can apply for early action, and the Caltech early action deadline is November 1. Based on our analysis, to have a good chance of being admitted, you need to be at the very top of your class and have an SAT score of close to 1570, or an ACT score of around 36. The application deadline is Jan. 3 and the application fee at California Institute of Technology is $75. Early Action is non-binding and non-restrictive. International: 6% Middle 50% SAT and ACT test score ranges of enrolled … All is not as exactly as it seems, however. The regular admissions application deadline for Caltech is January 3. If you apply to Caltech during Early Action, you can apply to as many other schools as you wish as long as you are not violating their policies. Class of 2023 by the Numbers. Students that get into Caltech have an average SAT score between 1530-1580 or an average ACT score of 35-36. December 2010 edited December 2010 in California Institute of Technology I heard Caltech accepted 30% of its early action applicants as opposed to 10% of its regular round applicants last year. Freshman Applications: 8,367 Admit Rate: 6.4% Enrolled: 235 Sex Assigned at Birth: 44% women, 56% men Underrepresented Ancestry*: 32% *Includes students who self-identify as American Indian/Alaska Native, Hispanic/Latinx, Black/African American, and/or Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander.