What do I need to do to go to Princeton University (Woodrow Wilson)

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I was recently thinking about studying in the Woodrow Wilson School which is part of Princeton University, what should I need to be accepted there?
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be at least ~median stats wise for Princeton admits and having a metric crap tonne of luck.

Baseline is your standard As and A*s at GCSE/A-level, 1500+ in the SAT or 34+ in the ACT, good ECs etc ideally with some (or several) exceptional quality(ies) or achievement(s) thrown in somewhere. That gets your chances to maybe 30-40% instead of 6-8%. Having really good essays might move the needle on that even more.
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Thank you very much, also, do you think lots of extra curricular activities/ activities/ volunteering/ work experience is needed?
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be at least ~median stats wise for Princeton admits and having a metric crap tonne of luck.

Baseline is your standard As and A*s at GCSE/A-level, 1500+ in the SAT or 34+ in the ACT, good ECs etc ideally with some (or several) exceptional quality(ies) or achievement(s) thrown in somewhere. That gets your chances to maybe 30-40% instead of 6-8%. Having really good essays might move the needle on that even more.
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