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Tips mention: Interview (5), ACT/SAT (13), Grades (19), Sports/Extracurriculars (1), College Essay (2)
Mercy College looks at everything you provide them with,Dec 15 2014Public Health
Mercy College looks at everything you provide them with, Whether that'd be your GPA and/or your SAT scores. The best program to be enrolled in is the Mercy College Honors Program but that of course, depends on your High School GPA Average. I recommend keeping that GPA pretty high and breaking down on a beautiful college essay! Also study for the SAT's, it will matter later on.
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I do not recommend attending Mercy CollegeAug 07 2014Unknown
I do not recommend attending Mercy College. The admissions office will lie through their teeth to lure you in. The financial office will continue to lie to your face while their free hand is in your pocket. There are no ethics or professionalism. They will drain your finances and saddle you with dept without a second thought. Please go somewhere where students are valued and not considered cannon fodder.
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I applied as a transfer student from Westchester CommunityAug 04 2014Psychology
I applied as a transfer student from Westchester Community College.
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NOTHING. I sent in my app and was acceptedMar 31 2014PreVet and Veterinary
NOTHING. I sent in my app and was accepted before I finished sending my transcripts. I didn't get my acceptance letter until a month after they emailed me to say I was accepted. If you have a pulse, you're in.
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Although its a good school, just about anyone couldMar 28 2014PreVet and Veterinary
Although its a good school, just about anyone could get in so expect all kinds of people to be in your class when you come in for your freshman year; but they get weeded out. You could start off with 25 freshman, (I guarantee half of them will be lazy, ghetto, and not take it seriously.) and by the end of the month you'll have like 10-15 students left. By sophomore year+ you most likely wont deal with the immaturity anymore. Everyone will be serious and focused by then.
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