You work in the Admissions Office for a small regional university in Massachusetts. Your assistant entered a list of college applicants for the Fall 2021 semester. You determine if a student qualifies for early admission or early rejection based on SAT and GPA. After determining the immediate admissions and rejections, you calculate a total score based on SAT and GPA to determine regular admissions and rejections.

a. Open e07m1Admissions and save it as e07m1Admissions_LastFirst.

b. Insert the DAYS function in cell D11 that calculates the number of days between the Initial Deadline stored in cell B8 and the Date Received stored in cell C11. Use mixed and relative references correctly. Copy the function to the range D12:D67. A negative value indicates the application was received after the initial deadline.

c. Insert an IF function with a nested AND function in cell G11 to display either Yes or No in the Admit Early column. The university admits a student early if that student meets both the Early Admission criteria for the SAT (cell B3) and GPA (cell B4). That is, the student’s SAT score must be 1400 or higher, and the GPA must be 3.80 or higher. Use relative and mixed references to the cells in the Admission Criteria range. Based on the requirements, the first student 2020005 will be admitted early. Copy the function to the range G12:G67.

d. Insert an IF function with a nested OR in cell H11 to display either Yes or No in the Reject Early column. The university rejects a student early if that student has either an SAT score less than 800 (cell C3) or a GPA below 1.80 (cell C4). Use relative and mixed references to the cells in the Admission Criteria range. Copy the function to the range H12:H67.

e. Enter a formula in cell I11 to calculate an applicant’s score. Multiply the GPA (cell F11) by the multiplier (cell B7) and then add that result to the SAT score (cell E11). The first score is 3925. Copy the formula to the range I12:I67.

f. Insert an IFS function in cell J11. If Admit Early (cell G11) is Yes, display the text Early Admis-sion. If Reject Early (cell H11) is Yes, display the text Early Rejection. If the score (cell I11) is greater than the threshold score (cell B6), display Admit. If the score (cell I11) is less than or equal to the threshold score (cell B6), display Reject. Use mixed reference to cell B6. Copy the function to the range J12:J67.

g. Insert the COUNTIF function in cell H3 to count the number of Early Admissions in the range J11:J67. Use mixed reference for the Range argument and use cell E3 as the condition. Copy the function to the cell H4. It should adjust automatically to count the number of Admit in the range J11:J67.

h. Insert the AVERAGEIF function in cell I3 to calculate the average SAT score in the range E11:E67 where Final Decisions in the range J11:J67 are Early Admission. Use mixed references so that the row numbers in the ranges do not change when copied down. Use a relative reference to cell E3 for the condition. Apply Number format with zero decimal places. Copy the function to cell I4. The copied formula should calculate the average SAT score where Final Decisions are Admit.

i. Insert the AVERAGEIF function in cell J3 to calculate the average GPA score in the range F11:F67 where Final Decisions in the range J11:J67 are Early Admission. Use mixed refer-ences so that the row numbers in the ranges do not change when copied down. Use a relative reference to cell E3 for the condition. Copy the function to cell J4. The copied formula should calculate the average GPA score where Final Decisions are Admit.

j. Insert the COUNTIFS function in cell H5 to count the number of applications that meet two conditions: Scores in the range I11:I67 are greater than or equal to 3500 and Final Decisions in the range J11:J67 are Early Admissions (cell E3).

k. Insert the COUNTIFS function in cell H6 to count the number of applications that meet two conditions: Residences in the range B11:B67 are In State and Final Decisions in the range J11:J67 are Early Admissions (cell E3).

l. Insert the MAXIFS function in cell H7 to identify the highest score in the range I11:I67 that meets two conditions: Residences in the range B11:B67 are In State and Final Decisions in the range J11:J67 are Early Admissions (E3).

m. Insert the AVERAGEIFS function in cell H8 to calculate the average score in the range I11:I67 that meets two conditions: Residences in the range B11:B67 are In State and Final Decisions in the range J11:J67 are *Adm*. Use the asterisks as wildcards so that it includes both Early Admission and Admit.

n. Insert the AVERAGEIFS function in cell I5 to calculate the average SAT score that meets two conditions: Scores in the range I11:I67 are greater than or equal to 3500 and Final Decisions in the range J11:J67 are Early Admissions (cell E3). Use mixed references appropriately and copy the function to cell J5. The copied function should calculate the average GPA score that meets both conditions.

o. Insert the AVERAGEIFS function in cell I6 to calculate the average SAT score that meets two conditions: Residences in the range B11:B67 are In State and Final Decisions in the range J11:J67 are Early Admissions (cell E3). Use mixed references appropriately and copy the function to cell J6. The copied function should calculate the average GPA score that meets both conditions.

p. Display the Map worksheet and create a map chart from the range A1:B5. Change the chart title to Admissions by State. Display the Format Data Series task pane and select Only regions with data as the map area.

q. Cut the map and paste it in cell C1. Set 3.12″ height and 3.26″ width for the map.

r. Create a footer with your name on the left side, the sheet name code in the center, and the file name code on the right side on all sheets.

s. Save and close the file. Exit Excel. Based on your instructor’s directions, submit e07m1Admissions_LastFirst.

You work in the Admissions Office for a small regional university in Massachusetts. Your assistant entered a list of college applicants for the Fall 2021 semester. You determine if a student qualifies for early admission or early rejection based on SAT and GPA. After determining the immediate admissions and rejections, you calculate a total score based on SAT and GPA to determine regular admissions and rejections.

a. Open e07m1Admissions and save it as e07m1Admissions_LastFirst.

b. Insert the DAYS function in cell D11 that calculates the number of days between the Initial Deadline stored in cell B8 and the Date Received stored in cell C11. Use mixed and relative references correctly. Copy the function to the range D12:D67. A negative value indicates the application was received after the initial deadline.

c. Insert an IF function with a nested AND function in cell G11 to display either Yes or No in the Admit Early column. The university admits a student early if that student meets both the Early Admission criteria for the SAT (cell B3) and GPA (cell B4). That is, the student’s SAT score must be 1400 or higher, and the GPA must be 3.80 or higher. Use relative and mixed references to the cells in the Admission Criteria range. Based on the requirements, the first student 2020005 will be admitted early. Copy the function to the range G12:G67.

d. Insert an IF function with a nested OR in cell H11 to display either Yes or No in the Reject Early column. The university rejects a student early if that student has either an SAT score less than 800 (cell C3) or a GPA below 1.80 (cell C4). Use relative and mixed references to the cells in the Admission Criteria range. Copy the function to the range H12:H67.

e. Enter a formula in cell I11 to calculate an applicant’s score. Multiply the GPA (cell F11) by the multiplier (cell B7) and then add that result to the SAT score (cell E11). The first score is 3925. Copy the formula to the range I12:I67.

f. Insert an IFS function in cell J11. If Admit Early (cell G11) is Yes, display the text Early Admis-sion. If Reject Early (cell H11) is Yes, display the text Early Rejection. If the score (cell I11) is greater than the threshold score (cell B6), display Admit. If the score (cell I11) is less than or equal to the threshold score (cell B6), display Reject. Use mixed reference to cell B6. Copy the function to the range J12:J67.

g. Insert the COUNTIF function in cell H3 to count the number of Early Admissions in the range J11:J67. Use mixed reference for the Range argument and use cell E3 as the condition. Copy the function to the cell H4. It should adjust automatically to count the number of Admit in the range J11:J67.

h. Insert the AVERAGEIF function in cell I3 to calculate the average SAT score in the range E11:E67 where Final Decisions in the range J11:J67 are Early Admission. Use mixed references so that the row numbers in the ranges do not change when copied down. Use a relative reference to cell E3 for the condition. Apply Number format with zero decimal places. Copy the function to cell I4. The copied formula should calculate the average SAT score where Final Decisions are Admit.

i. Insert the AVERAGEIF function in cell J3 to calculate the average GPA score in the range F11:F67 where Final Decisions in the range J11:J67 are Early Admission. Use mixed refer-ences so that the row numbers in the ranges do not change when copied down. Use a relative reference to cell E3 for the condition. Copy the function to cell J4. The copied formula should calculate the average GPA score where Final Decisions are Admit.

j. Insert the COUNTIFS function in cell H5 to count the number of applications that meet two conditions: Scores in the range I11:I67 are greater than or equal to 3500 and Final Decisions in the range J11:J67 are Early Admissions (cell E3).

k. Insert the COUNTIFS function in cell H6 to count the number of applications that meet two conditions: Residences in the range B11:B67 are In State and Final Decisions in the range J11:J67 are Early Admissions (cell E3).

l. Insert the MAXIFS function in cell H7 to identify the highest score in the range I11:I67 that meets two conditions: Residences in the range B11:B67 are In State and Final Decisions in the range J11:J67 are Early Admissions (E3).

m. Insert the AVERAGEIFS function in cell H8 to calculate the average score in the range I11:I67 that meets two conditions: Residences in the range B11:B67 are In State and Final Decisions in the range J11:J67 are *Adm*. Use the asterisks as wildcards so that it includes both Early Admission and Admit.

n. Insert the AVERAGEIFS function in cell I5 to calculate the average SAT score that meets two conditions: Scores in the range I11:I67 are greater than or equal to 3500 and Final Decisions in the range J11:J67 are Early Admissions (cell E3). Use mixed references appropriately and copy the function to cell J5. The copied function should calculate the average GPA score that meets both conditions.

o. Insert the AVERAGEIFS function in cell I6 to calculate the average SAT score that meets two conditions: Residences in the range B11:B67 are In State and Final Decisions in the range J11:J67 are Early Admissions (cell E3). Use mixed references appropriately and copy the function to cell J6. The copied function should calculate the average GPA score that meets both conditions.

p. Display the Map worksheet and create a map chart from the range A1:B5. Change the chart title to Admissions by State. Display the Format Data Series task pane and select Only regions with data as the map area.

q. Cut the map and paste it in cell C1. Set 3.12″ height and 3.26″ width for the map.

r. Create a footer with your name on the left side, the sheet name code in the center, and the file name code on the right side on all sheets.

s. Save and close the file. Exit Excel. Based on your instructor’s directions, submit e07m1Admissions_LastFirst.

You work in the Admissions Office for a small regional university in Massachusetts. Your assistant entered a list of college applicants for the Fall 2021 semester. You determine if a student qualifies for early admission or early rejection based on SAT and GPA. After determining the immediate admissions and rejections, you calculate a total score based on SAT and GPA to determine regular admissions and rejections.

a. Open e07m1Admissions and save it as e07m1Admissions_LastFirst.

b. Insert the DAYS function in cell D11 that calculates the number of days between the Initial Deadline stored in cell B8 and the Date Received stored in cell C11. Use mixed and relative references correctly. Copy the function to the range D12:D67. A negative value indicates the application was received after the initial deadline.

c. Insert an IF function with a nested AND function in cell G11 to display either Yes or No in the Admit Early column. The university admits a student early if that student meets both the Early Admission criteria for the SAT (cell B3) and GPA (cell B4). That is, the student’s SAT score must be 1400 or higher, and the GPA must be 3.80 or higher. Use relative and mixed references to the cells in the Admission Criteria range. Based on the requirements, the first student 2020005 will be admitted early. Copy the function to the range G12:G67.

d. Insert an IF function with a nested OR in cell H11 to display either Yes or No in the Reject Early column. The university rejects a student early if that student has either an SAT score less than 800 (cell C3) or a GPA below 1.80 (cell C4). Use relative and mixed references to the cells in the Admission Criteria range. Copy the function to the range H12:H67.

e. Enter a formula in cell I11 to calculate an applicant’s score. Multiply the GPA (cell F11) by the multiplier (cell B7) and then add that result to the SAT score (cell E11). The first score is 3925. Copy the formula to the range I12:I67.

f. Insert an IFS function in cell J11. If Admit Early (cell G11) is Yes, display the text Early Admis-sion. If Reject Early (cell H11) is Yes, display the text Early Rejection. If the score (cell I11) is greater than the threshold score (cell B6), display Admit. If the score (cell I11) is less than or equal to the threshold score (cell B6), display Reject. Use mixed reference to cell B6. Copy the function to the range J12:J67.

g. Insert the COUNTIF function in cell H3 to count the number of Early Admissions in the range J11:J67. Use mixed reference for the Range argument and use cell E3 as the condition. Copy the function to the cell H4. It should adjust automatically to count the number of Admit in the range J11:J67.

h. Insert the AVERAGEIF function in cell I3 to calculate the average SAT score in the range E11:E67 where Final Decisions in the range J11:J67 are Early Admission. Use mixed references so that the row numbers in the ranges do not change when copied down. Use a relative reference to cell E3 for the condition. Apply Number format with zero decimal places. Copy the function to cell I4. The copied formula should calculate the average SAT score where Final Decisions are Admit.

i. Insert the AVERAGEIF function in cell J3 to calculate the average GPA score in the range F11:F67 where Final Decisions in the range J11:J67 are Early Admission. Use mixed refer-ences so that the row numbers in the ranges do not change when copied down. Use a relative reference to cell E3 for the condition. Copy the function to cell J4. The copied formula should calculate the average GPA score where Final Decisions are Admit.

j. Insert the COUNTIFS function in cell H5 to count the number of applications that meet two conditions: Scores in the range I11:I67 are greater than or equal to 3500 and Final Decisions in the range J11:J67 are Early Admissions (cell E3).

k. Insert the COUNTIFS function in cell H6 to count the number of applications that meet two conditions: Residences in the range B11:B67 are In State and Final Decisions in the range J11:J67 are Early Admissions (cell E3).

l. Insert the MAXIFS function in cell H7 to identify the highest score in the range I11:I67 that meets two conditions: Residences in the range B11:B67 are In State and Final Decisions in the range J11:J67 are Early Admissions (E3).

m. Insert the AVERAGEIFS function in cell H8 to calculate the average score in the range I11:I67 that meets two conditions: Residences in the range B11:B67 are In State and Final Decisions in the range J11:J67 are *Adm*. Use the asterisks as wildcards so that it includes both Early Admission and Admit.

n. Insert the AVERAGEIFS function in cell I5 to calculate the average SAT score that meets two conditions: Scores in the range I11:I67 are greater than or equal to 3500 and Final Decisions in the range J11:J67 are Early Admissions (cell E3). Use mixed references appropriately and copy the function to cell J5. The copied function should calculate the average GPA score that meets both conditions.

o. Insert the AVERAGEIFS function in cell I6 to calculate the average SAT score that meets two conditions: Residences in the range B11:B67 are In State and Final Decisions in the range J11:J67 are Early Admissions (cell E3). Use mixed references appropriately and copy the function to cell J6. The copied function should calculate the average GPA score that meets both conditions.

p. Display the Map worksheet and create a map chart from the range A1:B5. Change the chart title to Admissions by State. Display the Format Data Series task pane and select Only regions with data as the map area.

q. Cut the map and paste it in cell C1. Set 3.12″ height and 3.26″ width for the map.

r. Create a footer with your name on the left side, the sheet name code in the center, and the file name code on the right side on all sheets.

s. Save and close the file. Exit Excel. Based on your instructor’s directions, submit e07m1Admissions_LastFirst.

a. Open e07m1Admissions and save it as e07m1Admissions_LastFirst.

a. Open e07m1Admissions and save it as e07m1Admissions_LastFirst.

q. Cut the map and paste it in cell C1. Set 3.12″ height and 3.26″ width for the map.

q. Cut the map and paste it in cell C1. Set 3.12″ height and 3.26″ width for the map.