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The Ramapo College of New Jersey

Students who got into RNJ:

Tips mention: Interview (2), ACT/SAT (17), Grades (20), Sports/Extracurriculars (9), College Essay (11)
I wrote a great essaySep 05 2004Communications
I wrote a great essay. I took my SAT's.
SAT: 1000 Female
I applied as a transfer with 80 creditsJun 14 2004Psychology
I applied as a transfer with 80 credits. I registered for classes a week later.
SAT: 980 Female
I came to Immediate Decision Day to get inMar 29 2004Communications
I came to Immediate Decision Day to get in. I wrote the essay, had an interview, handed in my resume and reccommendation letters. If I applied today, it would be more difficult to get in. The standards are rising day by day. I heard this is one of the toughest schools in the country to get in to based on percentages.
SAT: 1300 Male
I am on a tuition scholarshipMar 18 2004Psychology
I am on a tuition scholarship. I was 11th out of a class of 205, with an 1190 on my SATs. Had I applied with this incoming class I would have been accepted, but not with a scholarship. Ramapo has become increasingly more competitive, & now requires that students have 1250 on the SAT & be in at least the top 10-15% in order to receive a scholarship. This also means that getting in has become a lot harder. Keep up good grades, & work towards breaking 1000 on the SATs to get in here. Just because it is a state school, does not mean you definitely will get in. The acceptance rate is below the national average, but that just makes your degree worth more when you graduate.
SAT: 1190 Female
If you want to attend Ramapo, just keep yourDec 24 2003Communications
If you want to attend Ramapo, just keep your grades up and do some extra curricular activities. You might be able to get a scholarship.
SAT: 1100 Female
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