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Engineering Department
Jul 15 2014
Have an IQ above 90 and love to drink.
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English
May 10 2014
I scored very high academically, scored well on the SAT, and applied to get into this university.
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Business - Management and Administration
May 03 2014
I was a transfer student, I needed a 2.0 GPA to get in the program (although I had 4.0).
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Biology
Mar 14 2014
Work hard in high school. It really is not too hard to get into Penn State, especially if you are a Pennsylvania resident. If you are serious about applying to Penn State and chose to major in the biological sciences, I would advise applying to the Schreyer's Honors College Program; class sizes are significantly smaller with more grade opportunities and the professors overall do care more about students in those types of classes.
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