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Tips mention: Interview (9), ACT/SAT (18), Grades (19), Sports/Extracurriculars (10), College Essay (5)
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
My graduated in the top 10% of my highAug 21 2008Political Science
My graduated in the top 10% of my high school class. My SAT Scores were good, but not great (although Drew doesn't look at SAT scores now). Extra-curriculars are important at Drew. I played soccer in high school and I was involved with various clubs (Young Democrats, HS TV station). I did a lot of volunteer work with inner-city kids as well, which I think helped with my admission to Drew.
Don't. don't bust your ass working hard to getApr 28 2008Political Science
don't. don't bust your ass working hard to get in here. work hard and take your accomplishments to a school that will value you and treat you as an individual. don't waste your time or money here.
SAT: 1490 Female
-good gradesApr 19 2008Economics
-good grades
-develop positive relationships with teachers who can write recommendations
-dedicate yourselves to a few (don't overkill) extracurricular activities (not necessarily in school)
SAT: 1400 Female
I got into Drew by having B+ and A-Apr 18 2008Political Science
I got into Drew by having B+ and A- grades, and all my classes were IB classes. I chose Drew because of the SAT option, which allowed me to send a paper from my English class that I did well in. This allowed the University to see my skills and talents through my work, and not through a score on the SATS
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