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George Mason University

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Tips mention: Interview (2), ACT/SAT (24), Grades (45), Sports/Extracurriculars (20), College Essay (11)
Turn in the application on time w/ all theApr 12 2005Perfomance Arts
Turn in the application on time w/ all the right parts, and if you don't hear back in a reasonable amount of time, give them a call to make sure things are going smoothly.
SAT: 1350 Female
My high school GPA was on the high end,Oct 08 2004English
My high school GPA was on the high end, and I was active in my school literary magazine. If other students want to get in be an active part of your high school, but don't just do things b/c you think they'll get you into college. That mind-set usually backfires. Be who you are and show your talents, don't kiss up to Universities, if you find yourself doing too much of that you probably wouldn't want to be there. Also just a side note, more and more these days where you study for your B.A/B.S doesn't matter so much, but where you go for your graduate work does. So don't bury yourself in loans needlessly.
SAT: 1100 Female
To get into the university, you might as wellOct 08 2004Other
To get into the university, you might as well do what you'd do in other universities to get in; fill out that application, pay the fee, write the essay, go to the interview. When I got in, Mason wasn't particularly strict on their entrance policies (which is why I suppose I got in!).
SAT: 1110 Male
I sent them my transcript and applicationSep 22 2004Political Science
I sent them my transcript and application. (had a 3.4) I recommend students to maintain a 3.0+, and you should be alright, although I've heard that its getting harder, so a 3.3 might make you more competitive.
SAT: 1150 Female
To be considered, you probably need a 2Sep 09 2004History/Histories (art history/etc.)
To be considered, you probably need a 2.7 GPA or higher, and with atleast 1050 SAT scores. Four years ago, students with less than 2.0 were getting, but that situation has changed unfortunately :)
SAT: 1050 Female
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