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Tips mention: Interview (6), ACT/SAT (34), Grades (51), Sports/Extracurriculars (20), College Essay (30)
I went to a community college to save cash,May 17 2010Business - Management and Administration
I went to a community college to save cash, and I transferred in with a 3.70 GPA. The school is competitive (significantly more difficult to enter straight from high school), but if you do what you're supposed to do in class, keep yourself active with a couple of extra-ciriculars you'll be in good shape. Acceptance rate was 42% for my incoming class. Get in here before they get cocky though. The school is renovating its campus, and reinvesting in many of it's programs as its self proclaimed goal is to match Georgetown by 2016. Over 27,000 applicants this year. Record numbers. Get moving....ya homo!
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Take AP classes if offeredJan 13 2010Biology
Take AP classes if offered. Have lots of extra curricular's.
SAT: 1830 Female
Projected acceptance rate for 2015, is 32%, the schoolDec 20 2009Unknown
Projected acceptance rate for 2015, is 32%, the school was labeled as the new Ivy, by the Wall Street Journal. To get in to Fordham you must have a high GPA, at least 3.5 GPA. I came into Fordham as a transfer with a 3.8 GPA, and a 2000/2400 SAT. I transferred from Yale College, because they weren't offering me a reasonable financial aid. The school is gorgeous, the students are bright, and from various parts of the United States, and even internationally. I have seen students from Jamaica, Africa, Spain, China, Russia, Georgia, Japan, Italy, France, and Cambodia. The school has a very diverse population and the students are extremely bright. The school is hard, but the name recognition is becoming much more known. Go RAMS!
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The admission into this school is extremely difficult! InDec 04 2009Economics
The admission into this school is extremely difficult! In the past it was a 50/50 shot, as of today I heard it was less than 40 percent. Fordham has done a great job with the admission policy. I would say volunteer, have an amazing GPA, graduate top of your class and you may have a seat waiting for you. To the past remark, that transferring into this university is easy; I am going to have to disagree with you. For one, if you transfer from ivy into this school of course admission is going to be a bit more accepting in decision making.
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My father was class of 1949Nov 26 2009Unknown
My father was class of 1949. I had 83 average and 1100 board scores, so they accepted me into Fordham College. My grades were not good enough for the business school.
SAT: 1100 Male
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