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PIM says:
"Pratt is looking for students with a passion for and commitment to art, design, architecture or writing as demonstrated primarily through portfolio.  Portfolios should show your range of interests, your best work, and can include sketchbooks to show what you do outside of class.  Pratt also looks at grades and SAT scores.  "
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Tips mention: Interview (4), ACT/SAT (17), Grades (8), Sports (0), Essay (6)
Mar 10 2013
I had a terrible GPA (I think 2.1)? But really high SAT scores. One of these needs to be high.
Nov 01 2012
Just send in an essay. SAT Scores. TOEFL for International. Descent grades in High School. Descent Portfolio if they ask for one (most probably will - depends on major I guess).
Industrial Design
Jan 30 2012
its really easy getting in. staying is a lot harder since their goal seems to be all about recieveing you're money most students won't be able to graduate because they won't be able to afford it and the staff will not help you fight to stay.
Dec 20 2011
a standard application, essay, and a visual portfolio
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