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Mechanical Engineering
Mar 12 2015
A rock could get into this college. If you can't please rethink your life.
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Other
Oct 09 2014
I applied. That simple. Finish High School then do one year at a community college to do gen eds. Make sure they are the right ones and transferrable. This will save you a lot of money, time, and your grade point. If your interested in flight science get your private pilot prior to going to WMU. This will save you some money and a little aggravation. You will still have to do a short course however most students pay at least $25,000 for their private pilot some pay more through WMU. This will also give you the chance to know if this is something you want to do with your life before you fork out a lot of money.
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Accounting
Sep 25 2014
If you graduated high school, you will get in here.
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Criminal
Jun 16 2014
Keep up grades, score fairly well on ACT and SAT.
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