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Tips mention: Interview (5), ACT/SAT (27), Grades (32), Sports/Extracurriculars (9), College Essay (14)
I didn't do anything particularly special besides take theFeb 10 2013Mechanical Engineering
I didn't do anything particularly special besides take the ACT, SAT, and filled out an early application. Just note that freshmen housing is really tight right now, so you may be with 2 other people in your freshman dorm room. Also, visit Philly and see if you like it.
ACT: 31 SAT: 1900 Male
I've recently been accepted into Drexel for Fall 2013Feb 03 2013Psychology
I've recently been accepted into Drexel for Fall 2013. I'm a transfer student majoring in Psychology. Since I had more than 24 credits to transfer with, all they needed was my current community college transfer which was a 3.2 gpa. I also provided a letter of recommendation which is NOT required for transfer students. Even though I haven't started Drexel yet, I feel that I'm going to love the school. I just love being in the city. My advice is to apply and get as many scholarships as you can! The college is very expensive, but I feel like it'll all be worth it in the end. I heard that their Psychology program is top notch when it comes to research. I can't really speak for any other majors. I'd say for anyone who is planning on coming here to start off in a community college for the first two years (like me), then Drexel. It'll save you a lot of money. Over all, I'm VERY excited to attend Drexel this fall, and I'm hoping for nothing but the BEST!
Nothing. I applied and they let me inNov 30 2012PreMed and Medical
Nothing. I applied and they let me in. Sounds competitive doesn't it?
I did very well in high school, and didNov 19 2012Other
I did very well in high school, and did well on the SAT's. I believe my 770 on the math SAT helped to secure my scholarship.
Decent grades are accepted for now but the schoolNov 06 2012Finance
Decent grades are accepted for now but the school has been rising among the ranks every single year. Get here now, because it will be an elite school in the near future. Big plans are underway and because it is a for-profit school that knows how to invest their money, the recession didn't really cut back production and output. Many state of the art buildings are being built right now and its only going to be recognized as a better university from here on out.
SAT: 1310 Male
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