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Tips mention: Interview (11), ACT/SAT (27), Grades (8), Sports (4), Essay (4)
Psychology
Apr 02 2013
1. Pay a LOT of money.
2. Get average to low SAT scores and average grades in school.
3. Play sports.
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Biology
Jun 11 2012
If you want to go to Sacred Heart, just apply early and be yourself. Of course, you need to have good grades in high school but aside from that, they want to see that you were involved in other programs in high school to show that you can handle doing other things on top of your academics. Go on the tour and take the interview so the admissions staff can get to kinow you and they will do what they can to know you.
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Chemistry
Apr 14 2012
Do whatever you want. Its not hard to get in, its hard to stay sane come May first.
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Psychology
Mar 10 2012
studied and did good on my SATS - girl scouts
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