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Tips mention: Interview (1), ACT/SAT (27), Grades (28), Sports/Extracurriculars (3), College Essay (11)
Unless you're applying to the previously mentioned schools withinJun 16 2004Journalism
Unless you're applying to the previously mentioned schools within the University, an average student shouldn't have any trouble getting in. I included essays, but the college only reads them if they can't decide whether to let you in or not. It's worth a shot to include one or two if you've written them already, but definitely not necessary. Easy application process.
ACT: 28 Male
Community Service, High Scores, and AP Credit are allJun 05 2004Finance
Community Service, High Scores, and AP Credit are all really helpful. So Is class rank.
ACT: 27 SAT: 1340 Male
Do well on your test scores, however, they aloneMar 26 2004PreMed and Medical
Do well on your test scores, however, they alone will not grant you acceptance!
ACT: 32 SAT: 1560 Male
Although Ohio U is a state school, they areFeb 09 2004Education
Although Ohio U is a state school, they are starting to be more selective, since so many people apply here. My advice would just be to do the best you can on your ACT and SAT. Then, give it a shot. There's nothing wrong with trying for a school this great.
ACT: 27 SAT: 1230 Female
I followed the traditional applicationFeb 08 2004Accounting
I followed the traditional application. If you know that OU or any in state school is where you want to go there is no reason to take both the SAT and ACT so just take the one that you need. If you want to major in business apply for it when you send in your application. The Business school is very competitive and selective. It is easier to be accepted as an incoming freshman then to transfer.
ACT: 26 SAT: 1200 Female
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