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MIAMI says:
"UM does not have any 'minimum' requirements for admission.  We consider every student's application individually and make decisions accordingly.  However, once students fall below an 1160-1340 SAT or 26-30 ACT, and/or below an unweighted 3.0 GPA it can be very problematic for students.  Last year for the Fall 2003 entering freshman class-all students had been in the top 50% of their high school class, 62% had been in the top 10%, the middle 50% of students had between an 1160-1340 SAT or 26-30 ACT, and had an average weighted GPA of 4.0.  "
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Tips mention: Interview (2), ACT/SAT (37), Grades (16), Sports (9), Essay (12)
Business - Management and Administration
Oct 12 2014
I was apart of a couple different organizations such as student government in high school. Also i took a lot of AP's and played sports. I got a decent scholarship too which helped a lot.
PreMed and Medical
Oct 06 2014
If you're grades aren't the best, make sure you have an amazing essay and good letters of recommendation.
Jul 22 2014
2130 SAT and a 3.9 GPA and lots of extra curricular activities with IB curriculum 35 Predicted
Jul 14 2014
Have a good GPA/SAT scores, be involved in extracurriculars, and most importantly, have wealthy relatives willing to help you out.
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