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Pensacola Christian College

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Tips mention: Interview (2), ACT/SAT (64), Grades (48), Sports/Extracurriculars (8), College Essay (8)
Getting accepted into this university is rather simpleJun 04 2004Religion/Religious
Getting accepted into this university is rather simple. First plan on graduating from highschool! De sure to take an ACT of SAT test before your come, or you will need to do it the first weekend you are there. Application process is simple, just follow the directions and send it all in. some personal advice to prospective students, send your application in early. i waited until 2 months before school started, though i still made it in, it is always better to have it in earlier. especially if you plan on working at the college, because you're most likely to get you job preference the earlier you apply. Also don't fret about your previous scores of test grades, I've known PCC students who in highschool had barely made the grade. Pcc is not a "cake" school, but they will help you the best that they can!
SAT: 1000 Female
Go! You will grow up, which many people don'tMay 11 2004Other
Go! You will grow up, which many people don't like, and the Christ-honoring spirit there, will help you grow spiritually as well.
ACT: 33 SAT: 1420 Male
If you really want to get into PCC, there'sMay 10 2004Biology
If you really want to get into PCC, there's really nothing to it. PCC accepted my application for admission before recieving any proof of high school degree, SAT score, IQ, mental handicap,...anything. Give 'em a call @ 1-800-PCCINFO and ask for an application. Just don't tell them that you smoked cigaretts or talked back to your parents when you were little and you should have no problem.
SAT: 1200 Male
Apply---but I found out from someone in high authorityApr 06 2004Education
Apply---but I found out from someone in high authority that they will accept everybody--but you may get kicked out in the first couple of months of the semester if you are not to their standards. This is so that they can still collect a semester's worth of money from you. Once you start a semester, even if you get kicked out, you still must pay for the entire semester.
SAT: 976 Female
First offMar 18 2004Communications
First off...don't go. Getting in is a breeze. Are you kidding? They'll take any good Aryans with a crew cut for sure!
ACT: 29 Female
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