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Tips mention: Interview (9), ACT/SAT (18), Grades (19), Sports/Extracurriculars (10), College Essay (5)
Oh, they will tell you anything you want asDec 28 2008Art & Design Department
Oh, they will tell you anything you want as long they are getting paid. There are plenty of other universities that will welcome you with open arms and remain that way even when you are having difficulties. Talk with every student you feel is approachable...not just the ones they tell you to talk to. Start small and use your intuition. First impressions may be deceiving. The Best thing I ever did was go to HCCC first and get my associates - a lot of politics but I found a lot of nice people and some really wonderful professes and adjuncts WILLING to help. Be mindful of the loopholes.
Write convincingly about something that you're passionate aboutSep 28 2008Neuroscience/Cognitive Science
Write convincingly about something that you're passionate about. Drew was a school I went to after experiencing major medical illness at a young age. It was for convenience, not desire or ability.
I talked about my personal experiences.
SAT: 1400 Female
Back in the day, i had to actually submitSep 23 2008Biology
Back in the day, i had to actually submit my sats score and worked hard in High school to get into drew. i'm sure now anyone can get in by offering a BJ or a generous monetary donation.
SAT: 1260 Male
I emphasized my interest in majoring in biology sinceSep 15 2008Biology
I emphasized my interest in majoring in biology since most schools have seen a decline in students majoring in biology. I am also involved in various clubs and discussed in my application how my involvement with these clubs could help the Drew community.
SAT: 1950 Male
I knew I wanted to major in Business/Economics soAug 26 2008Economics
I knew I wanted to major in Business/Economics so I really focused my application on that, and really emphasized the extra-curriculars I did in high school that were business related. I also asked my interviewer a lot of questions about the Economics major at Drew and the school itself - showing a strong interest in the school, having some knowledge about what the school offers, and having some idea what I would do in college always helps in an interview.
SAT: 1900 Female
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