On Cialfo, we allow you and your students to see a "map" of real university admissions decisions in a quick and understandable way. The graph plots past acceptances, denials, and waitlist decisions against each student's high school grade point average (GPA) and SAT or ACT scores.

Configuring the Scattergram Default Settings

By default, we display data using SAT vs. School GPA. You can easily change the default school-wide under Account ConfigurationScattergram Default Settings.

An important scattergram configuration is the Default Graduation Year range. This section is crucial as it will dictate the years for which the scattergram data is displayed for Counselors and Students/Guardians.

Pro Tip: There is also an option, in Cialfo, to combined and convert SAT scores to ACT and vice versa.  This allows schools to display more data allowing in depth and robust reporting.

Viewing Admission Decisions

Scattergrams in Cialfo offer data results for Accepted, ED Accepted (EDI + EDII), EA Accepted, Waitlisted or Deferred and Denied.

Do note that Admission Results will only be displayed for students when there are at least 3 data points available - any less than 3 and the Scattergram will be empty for them. This is done to ensure a certain level of privacy is maintained.

Similarly, the Averages for GPA & Test Scores will only be displayed when there are at least 3 acceptances to that school.

Pro Tips

You may zoom in to the data in Scattergram just by clicking, hold and drag over the data you will like to view closer in, and release. Click on the 'Reset Zoom' to reset it to the full view once you're done.

You can also download the Scattergram by clicking on the download button on the top right corner of the Scattergram as PDF/JPEG/PDF.

Activating the Cialfo Scattergram Network

If your university acceptance data is small and would like to join the network data from other Cialfo schools, then you can activate this option in Account Configuration → Scattergram Cialfo Network Data. There are options to allow staff members, students and guardians to see the data, as well.

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