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Tips mention: Interview (2), ACT/SAT (11), Grades (20), Sports/Extracurriculars (13), College Essay (12)
If you want to get accepted from the everJun 14 2010Communications
If you want to get accepted from the ever increasing competitive pool of Elon applicants then you need to go to every admissions event possible, go on multiple tours, attend open houses and meet with your state's admissions counselor. Elon is huge on community service so many sure you have plenty of it on your application or in your essay. They like well rounded students -- not just the book smart ones. They want to see that you have an extreme interest in the school and in your community.
SAT: 1480 Female
The application process keeps getting tougher every yearMay 18 2010Political Science
The application process keeps getting tougher every year... Get to know your admissions counselor, visit campus, and take steps to let them know how interested you are in Elon.
ACT: 27 Male
Take honors and AP classes when you can thatMay 17 2010Communications
Take honors and AP classes when you can; that always looks good. Have at least one leadership position that you can talk about. You don't have to get teacher recommendations, but you do have an essay. Make sure your writing is a genuine representation of yourself. Also, include specific reasons why you want to attend Elon. Overall, it's a pretty easy application process.
SAT: 1960 Female
I actually worked in the admissions mail room andMay 17 2010Communications
I actually worked in the admissions mail room and believe me, a lot stuff people send in might as well be thrown out. Especially headshots. Never send a headshot.
SAT: 2100 Female
I worked really hard in high school, was veryMay 17 2010Journalism
I worked really hard in high school, was very involved, visited campus, got all A's, and did well on my SATs. If you want to attend Elon, you should be a motivated, friendly individual who is dedicated to improving yourself. You'll know if Elon is a fit for you the second you step on our gorgeous campus and meet the people in our community.
ACT: 29 Female
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