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Miami University - Oxford

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Simply need good grades, exam scores and some authenticApr 14 2006Finance
Simply need good grades, exam scores and some authentic extracurricular activity.
I spent about 30 minutes on my application toApr 10 2006Economics
I spent about 30 minutes on my application to Miami. If you are out of state you are in luck, because the state of Ohio has been decreasing expenditures to state schools and at the same time putting caps on how much those schools can raise tuition to in-state students, so if they can charge you twice as much you'll likely get in. Otherwise, it seems like the rich, private school type are the most prevelent on campus so if you fit that mold you'll likely get into Miami as well. As for actual statistics for admission go see the princeton review.
If your heart is set on Miami University thereMar 08 2006Business - Management and Administration
If your heart is set on Miami University there are a few ways to get there.

First, you can apply for regular admission, but you want to be one of the first to submit you application as your application will be looked at several times. A strong college preparatory High School career is a must. With a strong GPA, I would say no lower than a 2.5. If you are not accepted do not fret.

Second, Miami University has two satellite campuses located in Middletown and Hamilton, Ohio. These campuses have open enrollment. After completing 32 credit hours with a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or better you can transfer to the Oxford campus.

Third, you can attend a local community college to prove your academic worth, but be sure to contact Miami University beforehand to make sure that your credits will transfer. A school that is on semesters works out best.

For this department (Architecture), take lots of art coursesFeb 17 2006Architecture
For this department (Architecture), take lots of art courses. Also, honors and AP classes have definitely helped me.
If you think you want to go here don'tJan 24 2006Accounting
If you think you want to go here don't. All I have to say is that Greg Cross goes here and he is a hellraiser! You will be lucky to stay alive if you go here with him.
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