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Drexel University

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Tips mention: Interview (5), ACT/SAT (28), Grades (34), Sports/Extracurriculars (9), College Essay (14)
If you want to go into nursing and youFeb 05 2017Nursing
If you want to go into nursing and you want to do an accelerated program, go somewhere else. They just care about cycling through as many people as possible.
Avoid DrexelDec 12 2016PreLaw and Legal
Avoid Drexel. Go to a better school by working hard.
I am here on a national merit scholarshipMar 11 2016Engineering Department
I am here on a national merit scholarship. I did a few things in high school and had a job in a cafe, but I'm pretty sure it was my high test scores and GPA that got me into the honors college as well. Drexel was my first choice even though I probably could have gotten into an Ivy. It's easy to get into Drexel so long as you have a solid GPA (at least 2.0, 2.5 or up recommended, but that's just an estimate). If you're interested in engineering, I recommend that you get as much coding, robotics, and/or CAD experience as possible just because it will make it easier when you get here and open up more opportunities. I didn't know any of that before coming but I turned out fine, you catch on quick.
SAT: 2320 Female
Rock your PSATs and get a National Merit Scholarship!Jan 08 2015Computer Science
Rock your PSATs and get a National Merit Scholarship! One of last top schools to offer a great package. If that opportunity has passed, do well on your SAT/ACT and have a great GPA. Do some research on your own and show it on your application. This is a big research school so give them what they want. Also, if you are sure on Drexel, take a summer program. It more than pays for itself as you get a scholarship each year you attend after.
SAT: 1530 Female
If you are going to get in for theNov 18 2014Economics
If you are going to get in for the co-op it is a cool thing but not worth the inflated price tag the university puts on it. The payout is not worth the cost. I learned the hard way.
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