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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)
1200+ SATs, 26+ ACT, few AP classes, 95+ GPAOct 24 2012Biology
1200+ SATs, 26+ ACT, few AP classes, 95+ GPA should do the trick if you want scholarships. Pretty sure as long as you have a pulse, you'll get into Ramapo though.
A lot of students transfered from BCCC and are paying cheaper tuition.
Female
Good SAT scoresJun 07 2012Business - Management and Administration
Good SAT scores. The school is big on that.
SAT: 1700 Male
Good SAT's, decent average and by decent I meanDec 27 2011Biology
Good SAT's, decent average and by decent I mean 80+, not that hard really.

EC's aren't that important to get in. If it's one thing this school doesn't pride itself upon its any form of fun or interesting clubs!
ACT: 31 Female

Application is straightforwardNov 27 2011History/Histories (art history/etc.)
application is straightforward. applying as freshman is competitive in-state after princeton and tcnj (stevens is tech heavy,drew is easy and rutgers is a joke, any where else in state is not really worth mentioning). applying as a transfer is ridiculously easy since in NJ all you need is 2.75 gpa to be automatically accepted into any state school.
SAT: 1500 Male
I played sports and otherwise would not have gottenOct 10 2011Business - Management and Administration
I played sports and otherwise would not have gotten in. You need decent SAT scores.
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