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The Ramapo College of New Jersey

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Tips mention: Interview (2), ACT/SAT (17), Grades (20), Sports/Extracurriculars (9), College Essay (11)
Ramapo is very big on SAT scores, they defMar 17 2009Communications
Ramapo is very big on SAT scores, they def matter more than grades but grades are also important. It is getting more competitive to get in because they only have enough room for about 900 freshmen and more and more students are applying each year. I recommend contacting a coach so they can put a special request for you in the admissions department if you are planning on playing a sport. Also, if you are planning on getting ANY scholarship whatsoever you need a 1230 or higher SAT. There are no sports scholarships or GPA based scholarships.
ACT: 23 SAT: 1460 Female
Transferred with good GPADec 08 2008Other
transferred with good GPA. High school was just that for me: high.
Male
Early Decision day is definetely the way to goMar 28 2008Nursing
SAT: 1250 Female
Early Admission is the way to goMar 24 2008Nursing
Early Admission is the way to go. Got in day of and was relieved for teh rest of my highschool senior year.
SAT: 1250 Female
First, do well on the SATsFeb 17 2008Language - French/Spanish/etc.
First, do well on the SATs. Take classes, read books, whatever you have to. Second, join a team and distinguish yourself in high school; despite measures to the contrary, coaches do have some sway over the admissions office and can influence the decision in an applicant's favor.
SAT: 1560 Male
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