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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)
I participated in many clubs in highschool, but heldJan 11 2010Biology
I participated in many clubs in highschool, but held positions in those clubs. Holding positions in clubs shows genuine interest, since it is very easy to say you belong to a club and never attend a meeting.
Female
I worked hard in high school, did a lotJan 11 2010Communications
I worked hard in high school, did a lot of extra curricular and community service activities. Work hard throughout high school and you will be all set!
SAT: 1140 Female
I committed to play as a member of theJan 11 2010Biology
I committed to play as a member of the womens soccer team
SAT: 1080 Female
Always work hard!Jan 11 2010Chemistry
Always work hard! It is important to keep your grades high, while participating in extra curricular activities, especially ones that may relate to the field you wish to pursue. Try to find a subject that you are passionate about because it makes the work fun and enjoyable.
SAT: 1340 Female
I used the common app to highlight all myJan 11 2010Communications
I used the common app to highlight all my involvements in high school and had a 2020 SAT(1330 on the old one)and a 3.9 GPA and a ton of extracurriculars (4 years of track and XC, 3 years of of basketball, Anchor CLub, Best buddies, the list goes on). Be long winded - but only where it's true and relevant.
And don't be afriad to brag! this is your time to show off. Marist is getting more and more competitve every year, so buckle down and study for those SATs and finals (even after you've been accepted - there are such things as "unaccepted letters" you know), but don't get so caught up in school work that you don't live your life. Marist looks for well-rounded individuals who are active citzens capable of independent thought. Be confident. Be you.
SAT: 1330 Female
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