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Tips mention: Interview (1), ACT/SAT (16), Grades (7), Sports (0), Essay (4)
Mar 21 2015
Almost anyone can get in here, honestly. I think their cutoff is anything below a 2.0.
Jan 30 2015
A nut-less monkey could get into this school. Count to five, agree with homosexuality, and you're in!
Jan 04 2015
To get in, I just sent in my transcripts, got three letters of recommendation, filled out the application, and paid the application fee... It was a bit of nightmare getting my residency paperwork sorted out (maybe that's what the letters were for? I don't recall), but to be honest, that's just a part of dealing with their offices. It's not pleasant. But once everything's sorted it, you don't really have to deal with it again.
Dec 09 2014
It was very easy to get into PSU. I applied online and received an acceptance letter about two weeks later. Since it's a rolling enrollment, students can apply during any term.
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