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Marist College

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Tips mention: Interview (2), ACT/SAT (60), Grades (86), Sports/Extracurriculars (43), College Essay (41)
To get into Marist College, I was really involvedJan 13 2010Communications
To get into Marist College, I was really involved in high school. I was involved in many extracurricular activities and held several leadership positions. Assuming you want to go to Marist College, just try your best throughout your years at high school. Get involved and do your best to study hard!
ACT: 26 SAT: 1170 Female
I felt that when I applied to Marist, IJan 13 2010Undecided
I felt that when I applied to Marist, I was a well-rounded applicant. I did well in school, participated a lot of extracurricular activities, held various leadership positions, and involved myself in sports and community service. I formed relationships with my teachers in high school and they were able to provide great recommendation letters. I spent quite a bit of time on my personal essay and studied for my SAT/ACT. It is really important to study hard all throughout high school because your grades are a huge factor and admission is competitive.
ACT: 22 Female
I completed the common application online, the counselor recommendationJan 13 2010Business - Management and Administration
I completed the common application online, the counselor recommendation and transcript request form, forwarded official results of the SAT or ACT exam, attached a personal essay, sent one additional letter of recommendation and paid the $50 non-refundable application fee. I advise anyone who would like to get into Marist to fully complete all requirements and be certain that they are submitted on time. Good Luck!
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I would recommend other students to work hard toJan 12 2010Education
I would recommend other students to work hard to do well in school and to get involved in extracurricular activities. Marist College puts a large emphasis on community service and extra curriculars and therefore I would recommend to students to not only be a good student but also to get involved in activities outside of the classroom.
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I would recommend other students who want to getJan 12 2010Education
I would recommend other students who want to get in to work hard in school and to get involved in many extracurricular activities. Marist College is very big on community service and is also very big on the students getting involved in extracurriculars therefore I recommend to a prospective student to demonstrate not only that he or she is a good student but also that he or she was involved in many things outside of the classroom.
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