The U.S. has some excellent women's colleges. My top picks all have holistic admissions, so the admissions folks will be looking for strengths that go beyond high grades and test scores. Your extracurricular activities, application essay, letters or recommendation, and demonstrated interest can all influence the admissions decision.
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That said, if your GPA and standardized test scores are well below the norm, your chances of being admitted are slim. Click on a college's name to see the GPA, SAT scores and ACT scores of students who were accepted, rejected and waitlisted: Agnes Scott College | Barnard College | Bryn Mawr College | Mills College | Mount Holyoke College | Scripps College | Simmons College | Smith College | Spelman College | Stephens College | Sweet Briar College | Wellesley College