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May 27 2014
It's super easy in state, high school isn't hard if you work hard enough. Out of State is a little more difficult, but still not difficult. If your out of state work hard to get in state. In state at CU is one of the best values especially in college.
Apr 10 2014
Make sure they know you are diverse in whatever way you are, and that you have the drive to succeed.
Feb 21 2013
Getting in for me was very easy. As a colorado resident, HS students who have above a certain GPA are automatically accepted. I didn't even write letters of rec or do an essay. However, for those who don't have a high enough GPA will have to work for it.
Feb 12 2013
To get into CU, I would recommend maintaining about a 3.5 GPA and getting at least 1700 on your SAT.
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