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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 extracurricular activities in High School,Jan 11 2010English
I participated in many extracurricular activities in High School, ranging from sports to Acting Troupe. I also was involved in community service through my church and 4H group. I would recommend that the student be well-rounded in those areas if they would like to get in to Marist. I also would recommend taking the most challenging courses offered in High School, such as AP classes or courses for college credit.
ACT: 32 Female
In order to get accepted to Marist, I hadJan 11 2010Psychology
In order to get accepted to Marist, I had a strong academic background, and a well-rounded and balanced resume. I made sure to get involved in clubs, volunteer work, leadership programs, and jobs in high school, which helped create a well-rounded profile. I also worked hard on my college essay, and asked respected teachers for my recommendations.

I would absolutely recommend staying INVOLVED during high school. Marist loves students who are active in their communities.

I was involved in extra-curricular activities all through-out myJan 11 2010Undecided
I was involved in extra-curricular activities all through-out my high school years and always focused on getting good grades. I took the SAT's twice to better my score and visited a couple times for tours before applying to Marist College.
SAT: 1140 Female
Work hard in high school, I did what IJan 11 2010Communications
Work hard in high school, I did what I enjoy and it was plenty to be accepted. I would say if you want to get in here, just have it in mind that you want to go to a private school, work hard but have fun, the admissions likes people who show character, not stingy people who just fight for a 4.0 GPA.
I was accepted into Marist by Early Admissions ApplicationJan 11 2010Accounting
I was accepted into Marist by Early Admissions Application. I would recommend students maintain good grades throughout High School and work hard on their College Essay. The more creative and memorable your essay, the better! Make sure it says something substantial about YOU as a person.
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