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Tips mention: Interview (2), ACT/SAT (42), Grades (50), Sports/Extracurriculars (15), College Essay (22)
In state: it's not too hard, all you haveNov 15 2002Computer Science
In state: it's not too hard, all you have to do is get about 1200+ on your SAT, get good grades, and you are basically in.
Out-of-state: Because I'm not an out of state student, I woudln't really know.. Just make sure you get slightly better grades/SAT, and you'll be fine.
SAT: 1590 Male
To get in, it depends on SAT scores, and GPANov 14 2002Engineering Department
To get in, it depends on SAT scores, and GPA. Since it is a math and science school, I doubt your essay is read. IT is not very hard to get into.
SAT: 1380 Male
I didn't do much to get in, I wroteNov 13 2002Aerospace Engineering
I didn't do much to get in, I wrote my essay in thirty minutes and didn't give it a second look. No interview required, which could be good or bad, depending on what type of person you are. Test scores mean a lot to the reviewers (in my opinion, due to the lack of interview and single essay)
My recommendations: take the hardest possible classes in high school, do well in them, and do well on your standardized tests (and if you don't take them again)
ACT: 30 SAT: 1600 Female
I did a great job in highschoolOct 28 2002Unknown
I did a great job in highschool. do well in your SAT's and write a kickass essay. BUT REMEMBER NOT TO COME HERE!!
SAT: 1250 Male
Study hard in HS and do real well on the SATOct 11 2002Computer Science
Study hard in HS and do real well on the SAT.. not much else will get you in. It is pretty easy, however, to go to a different school, take easy classes (with good grades) and then transfer in.. a lot of people do that..
SAT: 1320 Male
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