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Tips mention: Interview (1), ACT/SAT (46), Grades (14), Sports (8), Essay (5)
Undecided
Nov 09 2014
High GPA!
High SAT or ACT
And good recommendation letters.
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Biology
Sep 06 2013
Either have a good GPA or good SAT - its all numbers
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Biology
May 13 2013
it seems the standard here is you either have an artificially high GPA (because you went to an easy high school ) with poor SAT scores (i know of so many people with 4.0's and 1600 out of 2400) or as in my case an average gap (3.3) and good SAT (2200)
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Communications
Dec 09 2012
Good grades
Good SAT scores
Came from the city
its really not that hard to get into, especially if you're from downstate.
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