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Marist College

Students who got into Marist:

Tips mention: Interview (2), ACT/SAT (60), Grades (86), Sports/Extracurriculars (43), College Essay (41)
I took SAT courses to prepare for the testJan 12 2010Education
I took SAT courses to prepare for the test and I took the test two times. I also made sure I was involved in multiple activities in high school to build up my resume.
SAT: 1190 Female
Have a good GPA and be involved in extracurricularsJan 12 2010PreVet and Veterinary
Have a good GPA and be involved in extracurriculars. Do fairly well on the SATs as well.
SAT: 1310 Female
To get into Marist I worked really hard allJan 12 2010Communications
To get into Marist I worked really hard all through high school, including my senior year. Don't slack off! Take challenging courses (honors, AP), it looks good on a transcript and you'll learn more. I took an SAT prep class to study for the SAT's and I took them multiple times but definitely take the ACT's as well because I personally think they're easier. Participate in a variety of extra-curriculars! At Marist we are a community and a family so being invoved and active is very important. Lastly, put alot of time and thought into your college essay. Don't leave it to the last minute and be sure that it reflects who you are. Marist wants the best and most well-rounded students out there so be creative!
ACT: 27 SAT: 1050 Female
Get involved and do your bestJan 12 2010History/Histories (art history/etc.)
Get involved and do your best. This school value kids who show a genuine effort and an interest in their studies and activities. My classmates and I did not just "get by" in high school, they got involved.
SAT: 1260 Female
I participated in a lot of activities in highJan 12 2010Language - French/Spanish/etc.
I participated in a lot of activities in high school, and Marist is really big on being involved, especially in community service. I got a job in the Admissions Office my Freshman year because I did the same thing when I got to Marist.
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